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Indian Subcontinent : Pre 1980 item #1146766
GALERIE GELUK Asian and Buddhist Art
Price on Request
This gold (18 ct.) and silver pendant has a chandelier model and is decorated with diamonds, ruby and blue sapphire. In very good condition. Size 5.8 x 3.3.
Indian Subcontinent : Kashmir : Textiles : Pre 1980 item #1188736
Zentner Collection
$1,100.00
Persian Afshar hand knotted wool rug. The Afshar were a preeminent nomad tribe who crafted high quality rugs. The three stepped medallions in the center is one of their typical designs. The center ground is a dark blue spotted with flowers surrounding the three cream colored medallions that are stepped in red, Age early 20th century. It measures 82" by 58"
Indian Subcontinent : Kashmir : Textiles : Pre 1980 item #1190121
Zentner Collection
$4,500.00
Beautiful Persian hand knotted rug with dark blue and rose coloration with vibrant orange highlights, early 20th century. It measures 10'4" by 4'9".
Indian Subcontinent : India : Paintings : Pre 1900 item #1397623
DAY FINE ARTS
$300.00
Hand painted miniature showing Persian hunting scene. 3 mounted and 2 observers in a rocky landscape. Marble paper borders. 27.5 x 20.5 cm overall. Undated, estimated to be mid to late 19th century. Can be viewed in central London and shipped worldwide.
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Sculpture : Pre 1800 item #997212 (stock #0485)
Korean Art and Antiques
Sold to the Rubin Museum
Phurba from Sikkim, 12.5 inches, 31.5 cm.
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Ritual Objects : Pre 1970 item #1387657 (stock #4283)
Abhaya Asian Antiques
$350.00
Special Offer-reduced from $500 to $350. Nice ensemble of three Nepali carved wood phurbus (ritual dagger). These were acquired in the 1990s and are circa 50 years (or older). Dimensions are noted in enlargement #3. All are in good condtion- the middle one has an iron tip.
Indian Subcontinent : India : Paintings : Pre 1900 item #1355487
SwisSiam-Arts-Antiques-Gems
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A stunning Miniature Polychrome Oval Painting of SHAH JAHAN (1592-1666), 5th MUGHAL EMPEROR Mirza Shahabuddin BAIG MUHAMMAD KHAN SHAH JAHAN, framed, 19th Century. Very good condition. Size: 11 x 8 cm.
Indian Subcontinent : India : Paintings : Pre 1920 item #1339402 (stock #SK 988A)
Galerie Hafner
$750.00
shipping included
Oval portrait of a young Indian woman, painted on paper in watercolor with white highlights. With velvet covered passe-partout and mounted behind glass in a later European frame. Signed "S.B. Rawoot" and dated 1/7/16 in red. Dimension: painting: c. 27.5 cm x 18.5 cm, frame 41.6 cm x 34.7 cm. Condition: slightly faded, frame with few traces of usage.
Indian Subcontinent : India : Sculpture : Pre AD 1000 item #1392339 (stock #8511)
The Buddha Gallery
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Superb post-Gupta near-life-size 5-7th century stone head from a high-level collector who donated much of his collection to the Cleveland Museum of Art in the 1980s. He did not have a paper trail that permitted him to donate this piece in the same tax credit as the others, so I was able to purchase it in the early 1990s along with another remarkable stone piece. Shows expectable wear, but this only enhances his expressiveness and beauty...
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Sculpture : Pre 1900 item #1235874 (stock #0115)
Momoyama Gallery
$495.00

Black and white pair of unusual statues of protecting deity and ancestor. They are made of wood and date from the 18th. century. West Nepal.

They both bare signs of great age and eroded wood.

Incomparable aura.

Size:

White statue: 40 cm height with traces of lime and original plastering. Black statue: 28 cm height with traces of polychromy.

Shipping included

Indian Subcontinent : Sri Lanka : Sculpture : Pre 1837 VR item #795716 (stock #35-91)
Silk Road Gallery
$150.00
From the old capital of Kandy in the hill country of Ceylon, now Sri Lanka, this primitive bone carving represents a Singhalese king. Carving on the face and upper body of the figure is quite primitive and contrasts with finer detailing in the swirling patterns on the long skirt, which ends in carved, comb-like teeth. The surface of the large, heavy bone is darkened with age except for one area on the right near the hand, which is white and worn smooth...
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Carvings : Pre 1900 item #1355817 (stock #0880)
t a t a m i
$300.00


MASK

Powerful but also subtle and profound.
Unique face with twisted nose, mustache, and humanity.
approx. L 20cm (7.87in)


selected by hotoke antiques




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Indian Subcontinent : India : Paintings : Pre 1920 item #388659 (stock #61-33)
Silk Road Gallery
$470.00
A synthesis of strong Mughal influence with the Mewar Rajasthani school of painting, this early 20th century miniature depicts a woman dressed in a filmy costume sitting on a balcony playing a string instrument. The peacock chair suggests a royal courtyard, which overlooks water flanked by white palaces with a green hill beyond. Small flowers and delicate Urdu calligraphy border the top and bottom of the scene. The work is done in natural pigments on an Urdu book page...
Indian Subcontinent : Pre 1920 item #639372 (stock #61-44)
Silk Road Gallery
SOLD
From Rajasthan, painted in the Mewar style, this miniature depicts two members of a royal household on a picnic. They are attended by three servants--one whisking away flying insects, one pouring wine from a flask and the third holding another flask. The seated couple are sharing a cup of wine. All five figures stand out in stark contrast to the dark gray/green forest that surrounds them. Two lines of Urdu calligraphy float in gold-colored paint across the top of the miniature...
Indian Subcontinent : India : Paintings : Contemporary item #705474 (stock #61-35)
Silk Road Gallery
$325.00
A Rajasthani botanical miniature on handmade paper by Bikaner artist Raju Swami is green and gold with deep gold flowers shading to orange/red. An exotic white butterfly hovers over the meticulously veined flowers. Bikaner, a remote walled desert town in western India, has a miniaturist tradition in both Mughal and Rajasthani styles. This artist, who grinds his own mineral colors and makes his own brushes that sometimes consist of only a few squirrel hairs, produces particularly fine botanicals...
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 : India : Paintings : Contemporary item #684988 (stock #61-34)
Silk Road Gallery
$120.00
A miniature painted and signed by Bikaner artist Raju Swami contemplates a man spinning thread. Done in soft blues, greens and browns, the study is in Bikaner style, and is soft and quiet. The man crouches on the ground, stares pensively at the cotton in his hand, and appears to be thinking thoughts thousands of miles removed from his task. The miniature, signed lower right, is in perfect condition. Dimensions overall: height 7" (18 cm), width 5" (12 cm)...
Indian Subcontinent : India : Paintings : Pre 1980 item #680458 (stock #61-41)
Silk Road Gallery
$120.00
A miniature from Mandawa in the Shekhawati Region of Rajasthan is focused on just one subject--a kneeling musician. The single subject and muted colors demonstrate differences between Indian miniature schools of painting that were heavily influenced by Mughal style and those that were not. Here there are no strong Mughal colors, intricate patterns of scrolling and textiles, flowers, birds and people filling the space...
 
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