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NARMADESWAR BANA LINGA- A NATURAL SHIVALINGA STONE Sits on a stained custom hardwood stand and surrounded by 4 smaller natural Shivalinga stones. This is a fine and rather large example of the sacred stones venerated as representatives of Lord Shiva. Probably from the Narmada River in the mountains of Mandhata, a holy place of pilgrimage in India The term lingam is sometimes used synonymously for shivalingam, a specific type of icon or altar representing Shiva...
Tibetan Buddhist monks Hand made folded paper with text and amulets. one side mostly with text and amulets on lower section. other side drawn amulet drawings with text This piece was from a collection gathered in Tibet in the late 60's..aged conservatively from the 1800's
Indian Subcontinent : Contemporary item #1297617
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A stunning solid 18K. White Gold Bracelet (51.63 gr.) set with 78 perfectly matching and genuine PINK SAPPHIRES @ 25.13 ct. total weight and 27 brilliant cut genuine diamonds @ 0.27 ct. total weight. 7" length with a secure Safety Lock.
A Wood carving depicting the Medicine Buddha, Bhaisajyaguru, holding the stem of the Aruna fruit ( Myrobalan ) on his right hand and a bowl in the left (missing). H. 10 cm. Early 19th cent. Condition: Good a part the missing bowl.
A rare baked clay image Tsatsa of the great Indian Buddhist Master Atisa (982-1954), the one that reintroduced buddhism to Tibet in the 11th century. Remains of colours. H. 9 cm. Tibet, 19th cent. Condition: good, just some wear due to age and handling.
An early wood carving of a Monk or Lama in a debating posture. Probably it was part of the lotus base of a much bigger figure. Remains of colors and cold gilding. In the back there is an opening with prayer roll. Fitted new base. H. 11 cm, W. 8,5 cm. Tibet, 14-15th cent. Condition: one finger of the his right hand is broken off, otherwise normal wear.
Indian Subcontinent : Contemporary item #1296905
Our own Desogn: 2-Tone Earrings set in 18K. Gold with 4 genuine Sky Blue Ceylon Sapphires @ 4.29 ct. total weight, 4 genuine Yellow Ceylon Sapphires @ 4.89 ct. and 54 brilliant cut Diamonds @ 1.49 ct. total weight. Double feature: can be worn as clips or for pierced ears!
Indian Subcontinent : Contemporary item #1296898
Very attractive 2-Tone Sapphire Earrings in 18K. Gold. 10 Pear shaped genuine Yellow Sapphires @ 7.84 ct. total weight and 2 genuine Blue Ceylon Sapphires @ 0.70 ct. total weight. Double Feature: can be worn as clips and/or for pierced ears!
Indian Subcontinent : Contemporary item #1296897
Unique 2-Tone Tourmaline (Pink & Green) Earrings composed of 4 lovely carved leaves @ 9.84 ct. total weight, surrounded by 66 brilliant cut diamonds @ 0.51 ct. total weight and set in 18K. Gold. Double feature: can be worn as clips and/or for pierced ears!
Attractive folk art Buddha with most of it's original painting intact. Made in Sri Lanka in the 19th or early 20th century. H. 55 cm. Condition: some age cracks, some wear to the painting, traces of light repainting (face seems to be touched up a bit), one finger repaired. Overall in a very good condition.
Indian Subcontinent : Contemporary item #1296790
Unusual and striking Earrings 18K. Gold set with 2 genuine Tahiti Black Pearls @ 14.37 ct. total weight, 16 genuine tapered Diamonds @ 0.85 ct. total weight and 2 genuine Ceylon Yellow Sapphires @ 2.25 ct. total weight. For pierced ears only.
Indian Subcontinent : Contemporary item #1296635
An important and stunning 18K. Gold Tubing Necklace (weight 91.1 gr.) set with 1 genuine Sky Blue Ceylon Sapphire @ 1.67 ct. and 1 genuine Fancy Canary Yellow Ceylon Sapphire @ 2.50 ct., 43 Diamonds @ 2.41 ct. total weight and 18 Diamonds @ 2.32 ct. total weight (VVS1)
The Zentner Collection
Antique Indian painting of a holy man seated centrally in a large court room, holding a lotus bud and adorned in jewels, with a bright halo around his head. Brightly robed courtesans stand at his side. A scale sits on the floor before him. Arabic writing decorates the top and the bottom of the painting. Set in a gilt frame. Size: (entire frame) 10.75" height, 7.25" width (artwork only) 6.5" height, 3" width
A walking cane or parasol handle made of silver with fine repousse and chased decoration of three ascetics and Lord Krishna playing the flute amidst cottages and trees. With a dated and inscribed cartouche in shield form, top with monogram, unmarked. Condition: one dent, short split, top slightly dented. Dimension: length: 24.3 cm.
A spherical lime container made of copper with scrollwork decoration, chain and spatula in brass. Betel nut chewing accessory, the interior with lime residue. Condition: traces of usage. Dimension: diameter: 8.2 cm, chain with spatula: 32 cm long.
An attractive and decorative chest-like container made of yak leather decorated with a pair of stylized flowers surrounded by ornamental borders in gold and colors. Fitted top, bottom and sides with heavy brass furnishings including lock and handles on the side. Backside undecorated. Tibet, late 18th to early 19th cent. H 20,5 cm, W 14,5 cm, L 29 cm. Condition: Good to fair with obvious traces of handling due to age.
A set of Indian wooden doors, traces of original painting remaining.
Age: India, 19th Century
Indian wooden door set with bronze decoration, traces of original remain in good condition.
Age: India, 19th Century