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Uzbek/kazak hand knotted wool rug. The center is dominated by a light yellow medallion edged with red. The exterior band has a rectalinear pattern in blues, greens, reds and yellows bordered by two narrow bands filled with flowers. Dates from mid 20th century. It measures 42" by 53".
Tantric ritual instrument, Khatvanga. Made of bone with double vajra, bowl with life elixer, two heads and a skull. The length is 50 cm. (with banner 90 cm.)
Silk Road Gallery
A drawing by contemporary Kishangarh artist Yagya Prakash copies the form of an 18th century painting attributed to Nihal Chand, an artist in the court of Kishangarh Maharajah Sawant Singh. The distinctive Kishangarh School of miniature painting, characterized by elegantly elongated people with pointed chins and long stylized eyes under drooping eyelids, developed in the early 1700s under the patronage of this 10th ruler of Kishangarh...
A miniature by Kishangarh painter Yogya Pralash, this work, with the addition of a peacock at the lady's feet, becomes a symbol of grace, joy, beauty and love. The peacock, national bird of India, figures importantly in Indian culture as an emblem to convey those sentiments. The musician's attire echoes the colors of the peacock's plumage and she plays a stringed instrument in a traditional pose found in miniatures from the Indian state of Rajasthan...
A finely detailed miniature from Kishangarh, this painting has the lyrical quality that characterizes much of the work from this area in the state of Rajasthan in India. Two delicate figures sit in the foreground within an elaborate setting of cushions, flowers, arches and windows, all rendered in tiny intricate designs. Both are richly dressed and heavily jeweled. They gaze into each others eyes before drinking a toast, he from a bowl, she from a tiny cup...
The graceful musician in this Rajasthani miniature gazes at birds while she plays a stringed instrument. The painting, from the late 20th century, is in a style that originated in the Kishangarh area of the Indian state of Rajasthan. It is done on heavy old parchment and includes two lines of calligraphy in Urdu above the painted area. A signature in the lower left indicates the painter was Yogya Pralash. The miniature is in very good condition...
The statue is in perfect condition. Height 11 cm. Wide 3.5 cm. Base 4,5 cm.
Very beautiful dancing Krishna. The statue is from the 16 - 17th century and in very good condition, the bronze is of excellent quality. 14,5 cm.high; 5 cm. wide; 5,2 cm. deep
Indian Subcontinent : Pre 1920 item #863338
Kuba Caucasian Wool Handknotted Carpet, good design and coloration, running dog border, 44"W 74"L, old restoration, age wear, pre 1920s.
Korean Art and Antiques
Sold to the Rubin Museum
Kukpa Mask from Sherdukpen, Arunachal Pradesh, collected by Eric Chazot, 7.5 inches, 19 cm.
Indian Subcontinent : Pre AD 1000 item #1270359
A rare ancient KUSHAN-GANDHARA LION BRONZE SEAL, 1-3rd Century A.D. Good condition, Size: 14 mm. x 13 mm. Could be used for a ring or other mounted jewelry piece.
Indian Subcontinent : Pre AD 1000 item #674933 (stock #TREK)
Price on Request
Rare and nicely mounted Terracota votive tablet depicting serene seated Buddha, excellent condition, 6.5 x 4.5 cm
Very fine and rare KUSHAN terracotta votive tablet, 2-4th Century AD., depicting a serene seated Buddha with well defined features, crescent shaped hair topped by a raised ushnisha and a clear urna between the eyebrows. The head is surrounded by an aura/halo and his left hand is touching/reaching for a small vessel. The Buddha is clad in beautiful flowing robes. Hellenistic-Greek influenced modeling. Very good condition, no restorations or repairs. Size: 6.5 cm x 4.5 cm. Very rare item!
A very well cast,detailed and massive bronze figure of Krishna.Rubbed with a brown patina. India/Possibly Orissa 18th C. 7 5/8 inches H
A large,simple but very beautiful prayer wheel or mani-khorlo from Tibet. Made from wood,silver,copper.bronze and with a piece of a shell.Massive roll of paper prayer is intact and in the wheel. Excellent condition. Tibet 18th C. 13 inches L
From our Indian Subcontinent Collection, a large and elegant hand-etched brass floor lamp from Southern India. The etched designs on this piece are really quite intricate, and it is clear that a tremendous amount of time and handiwork went into the layout and artistry of this piece.
Size and Condition: 71 inches tall (just shy of 6 feet), lampshade is 18 inches in diameter at widest point. The lamp has been fitted with American electrical hardware and is still in good working order...
The Buddha Gallery
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18thC, and possibly earlier, very large and INCREDIBLY heavy Sri Lankan Kandy style (with echoes of much earlier styles). 9.75 inches tall, 11.5 inches on custom stand, almost 10 inches wide at base. Due to the requirement that Lankan Buddhas (for nearly the past 1,000 years) must be solid cast, this is close to as large as the sitting ones get during this period. The face, ears, and elements of the body shape are related to Lankan Buddhas 500 to 800 years earlier...
This large spoon forms a pair with item 1020166. The material is copper and silver. This is the female part. Is used for fire rituals (homa or havan). In good condition.