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Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Handicrafts : Pre 1910 item #1313214 (stock #TBP-002)
JJ Oriental
Sold. Thank you
A complete old Tibetan ladies purse made of Yak leather and inlaid with silver and gilt carvings with a center piece of Turquoise. The front has carvings of two fish (representing the beginning of life)and flower design. The back has a center tree design. There is a silver woven chain attached to the top for carrying. Age: Late 19 Century. Size: Leather purse. L. 12cm. W. 7cm. Overall length. 32cm. Condition. Very good.No repairs. Normal ageing.
Indian Subcontinent : India : Metalwork : Pre 1910 item #1319441 (stock #SK 905)
Galerie Hafner
$650.00
shipping included
A round, convex shield with four central bosses. Decorated with raised design of tendrils, embellished with black and red enamel, and some tin plated areas. Reverse with four attaching bronze rings and a velvet pad. Compare with a similar shield in the Royal Ontario museum. Condition: few losses to enamel and wear to tinned areas, reverse with some residue of solder. Dimension: diameter: 28 cm.
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Pre 1910 item #1326786 (stock #TIB-012)
JJ Oriental
$375.00
Four rare coins from Tibet with various denominations and sizes. Sizes: 2.9cm to 2.3cm.
Indian Subcontinent : Pre 1910 item #1334940
Zentner Collection
$600.00
Antique Kurdish chanteh bag (camel bag). Made of wool and woven in two connected panels. The front panel (facing out on the camel) is woven with star protection motifs and surrounded with a running hooked motif along the border. The back of the bag is woven in a stripe pattern. Circa 1900. Size: 40" high x 29" wide
Indian Subcontinent : Pre 1910 item #1335403
Zentner Collection
SOLD
Long antique Moroccan belt for ceremonial use. Made of wool and silk and woven with intricate areas of design. Islamic symbols and intricate floral motifs. Long fringe on either side. Circa 1900.

Size: 94" long x 15 3/4" wide
Indian Subcontinent : India : Metalwork : Pre 1910 item #1346823
SwisSiam-Arts-Antiques-Gems
$325.00
A very finely worked INDIAN SILVER OCTAGON BOX WITH HINGE, beautiful, elaborate and intricate design/scrolling. Good Condition. Size: 6 cm. x 4 cm. x 4 cm. Weight: 52 gr. silver
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Pre 1910 item #1347824
The Vanishing Heavens
$387.00
Please Contact for Price
This Tibetan flint striker and tinder pouch, of slightly curved rectangular form with embossed silver decoration and one large Tibetan coral bead in the middle. Made of iron, leather, coral, silver and brass. From the Nomadic Champa Ethnic Group. Flint was an essential and valuable item for nomadic and indigenous cultures and as such was carried in a pouch usually worn attached to the belt specifically designed for its use. Dimensions: Height---5 inches Width----6 .5 inches
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Pre 1910 item #1347826
The Vanishing Heavens
Sold To West Palm Beach With Thanks
This Tibetan Purse of slightly curved rectangular form with embossed silver decoration and one large Tibetan coral bead in the middle. Made of iron, leather, coral, silver and brass. This type purse was worn by both women and men typically worn on the belt Dimensions: Height---5 inches Width----6 inches
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Handicrafts : Pre 1910 item #1353736 (stock #1206)
Mark & Period, Antique Asian Arts
Sale Pending
A Set Tibetan Traveler's Accoutrements Comprising a pair of chop sticks and knife with shagreen-wrapped case, along with a fruit-form agate pendant, embroidered silk pouch, and a woven silk pouch. {Overall length: 12 3/4 inches (32.4 cm)} [Overall wear, small losses, discoloration, staining]
Indian Subcontinent : India : Sculpture : Pre 1910 item #1363142 (stock #1368)
Dragon's Pearl
$300.00
A small votive Shiva Lingam carved from a kind volcanic stone. Most likely from central India. 19th cent. L. 16 cm H 10 cm. Good age patina.
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Ritual Objects : Pre 1910 item #1375704 (stock #T139a)
Asian Ethnic Artifacts
These Tibetan shrine shaped gau (aka prayer box) is actually a small shrine. When not being worn as an ornament during festivals, it would be kept in the prayer niche of the family home. The back of the box slides open. Frequently, a special prayer i.e. sutra pages would be placed inside. The small glass window at the front displays a Tsa tsa, which is a clay statue of a Buddhist Diety. These statues were made only by the monks and considered to be a holy relic...
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Ritual Objects : Pre 1910 item #1388898 (stock #1439)
Dragon's Pearl
$980.00
A very fine, small Tantric Buddhist hand-drum (damaru) fashioned from two pieces of skull bone (top parts). The connecting band of silver is richly worked with a scroll-pattern and inserted pieces of coral and turquoise. From the handle hangs a triple-layered lapel made of brocade silk and cotton (this appears to be slightly later than the drum). late 19th cent. L 13.5 cm, W 12 cm. (drum). Condition: Excellent but with ware due to use
Indian Subcontinent : Pre 1900 item #16716
Shirley Allen
Price on Request
Naga Ceremonial Necklace, Double Strand Segmented Carved Ivory Necklace with connecting "Nupti" and Cobalt Glass Beads, Conch Shell Tube Beads, and Carved Bone Separator Bars "Kaylyo-Kengyu Tribe" (Burma-Naga Region-Unadministered) Museum Quality
Indian Subcontinent : India : Paintings : Pre 1900 item #96674 (stock #z116)
Gideon Antiques
$600.00
Original India botanical by the famous Japhur-naturalist artist Neerja featuring a native medicinal plant. The works of this 19th century community of talented Indian painters are desired for their brilliant jewel-like quality and fine detail. This botanical is a wonderful example featuring a hand colored flowering exotic plant with roots, watercolor on parchment, pink, gold,and brown tones with green leaves, artist signed "Neeraj", India. Rich burlwood frame; measuring 19 7/8 x 13 7/8 approx...
Indian Subcontinent : Sri Lanka : Sculpture : Pre 1900 item #132538 (stock #58-04)
Silk Road Gallery
SOLD
This standing Buddha from Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) is in classic Ceylonese style with the folds of the form-fitting robe represented by evenly spaced horizontal lines. It is exceptionally finely carved of jack wood rubbed to a lustrous finish. The Buddha's right hand is raised in the abhaya mudra offering protection, and the left hand holds a book, symbol of insight. The intricate carving on the halo represents eight paths toward enlightenment, and the Buddha stands on a double lotus throne...
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Pre 1900 item #148512 (stock #41-34)
Silk Road Gallery
SOLD
During Buddhist festivals in Tibet, the horses were adorned (and when possible still are) with colorful trappings such as this "hat," which was placed just under the horse forelock to extend down between the eyes. The piece is constructed of thick wool pile backed and bound on the sides with heavy fabric. Leather strips sewn to the backing were used to tie the hat to the harness. Because the pieces were made especially for religious festivals, each one is a small treasure of Buddhist symbolism...
Indian Subcontinent : India : Pre 1900 item #157519 (stock #58-02)
Silk Road Gallery
SOLD
A gorgeous Indian dancer strikes a pose of pure attitude in this classic 19th century Indian miniature of the Rajasthan School. Of the various Indian schools of painting, Rajput and Rajput-Mughal styles have, in our view, the most enduring appeal. This Rajput work demonstrates the look of languorous elegance characteristic not only of that school of painting but of the architecture of palaces and temples that still exist throughout the state of Rajasthan...
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Ritual Objects : Pre 1900 item #159871 (stock #58-97)
Silk Road Gallery
SOLD
Used in Tibetan monasteries to serve tea and perform rituals, low tables such as this one have long, pull-out drawers or boxes to hold Buddhist texts and scrolls. The front and both ends of this 19th century box-table are covered with painted foliage and flowers outlined with gesso. Wood aprons with a Tibetan design that incorporates the swastika, Buddhist symbol of law, extend the table almost to the floor on the front and sides...
 
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