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Statue of an ancestor or deity designed for the protection of a household, standing in a praying posture, with a very expressive face. Wood, age patina. Nepal, early 20th century. Height: 4Ã© cm. The piece is mounted on a custom metal stand. Age cracks, some erosion, otherwise very good condition.
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18th Century Antique Indian pair of sandstone architectural fragment statues of mythical beasts called Yali, who have mixed body parts of an elephant, a lion, a horse, and other such animals. They would often stand guard and protect Hindu temple entrances. One of these statues stand atop a bird, while the other stands atop a human figure. Very heavy pair in original condition, some remnants of red pigment around the mouths, interesting detail throughout...
Small architectural element with a finely carved relief decor showing a couple in erotic embrace. Wood, with nice patina. Nepal, early 17th century maybe earlier. Height: 26,5 cm. The piece is nicely mounted on a custom metal stand. Erosion due to great age, otherwise very good condition.
A tightly hand woven woollen textile made of squares with integrated parts creating beautiful geometric patterns. The textile is hand spun from sheep or yak wool and dyed with natural dyes. Backing of cotton. Probably used as a blanket or for hanging. L. 151 cm x W. 76 cm (59,5 x 30 inches). Tibet, around 1950-60. Good conditions. Shipping costs: $ 90
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.
Vintage miniature Persian painting on marble of a Mughal court scene. Framed and in excellent condition, it measures 8" x 10". Painting sight size is 3.5" x 5.5". Photographed through glass, the colors are rich and vibrant.
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Finely crafted Mughal rock crystal-hilted Khangar dagger. The grip finely carved, with rolled pommel and gold-inlaid steel bolster. The single-edged blade forged of actively-patterned wootz damascus steel. In its velvet-covered wooden scabbard. 19th century. Overall length approx 11 inches (27 cm).
Antique colonial Indian illustrations of the procession of Allah. Allah with his wife, Robers, tiger hunting, and other scenes and portraits. There are 12 illustrations all Hand painted and finely Detailed. They range in size from 4.75" by 4.25" to the largest 6.5" by 4.5". Early 19th century.
Antique Indian carved marble Jain statue of Nandi the Sacred Cow and Child, remnants of colorfully painted details. True original marble artifact. Stunning Piece. Mid 17th century. Size: 13" high x 20" long x 9" deep.
A rare example of the wellknown Tibetan cups, with high quality repoussé silver depicting Buddhist symbols and a mask at the bottom.. H. 5,5 cm. Diameter 12 cm. This piece dates from the 19th to early 20th century. Made of high grade silver. Good age wear.
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A very rare Tibetan cabinet with many animal figures,religious items and scenes. Size: H. 75.5cm. W. 47.8cm. D. 33.5cm Condition: Normal wear.No repairs.
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Antique, 17th – 18th century, Indian Bronze figure of a Hindu deity seated on a platform in dhyanasana, wearing a sash hanging across the hip, and adorned with a long necklace, bracelets on his wrists, and armbands. His hands, in “Vitarka Mudra," the gesture of turning the Wheel of Dharma and Meditation.
The gesture of the right hand stands for turning the wheel of Dharma, while that of the left hand symbolizes meditation...
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Authentic antique, 19th century, Museum Quality Tibetan belt pouch - purse composed of silver, brass, iron and leather. The front richly decorated with solid silver plaques finely adorned with foliage pattern, and studded with corals and turquoise, mounted on the top with brass suspension fitting cast in relief and adorned on the center with mask.
MEASUREMENTS: Overall length of the front silver frame: 14.6 cm (5 3/4 in)...
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Antique 16th-18th century India Hindu miniature bronze figure of Sri-Lakshmi standing in sensual tribhanga atop a round base over a square plinth, her right arm extended and her left raised with a lotus blossom, clad in a long dhoti incised with foliate patterns secured with an elaborate pendant belt, further adorned with jewelry and a breast band, her hair piled into a high chignon.
MEASUREMENTS: Height: 4.5 cm (1 3/4 in).
CONDITION: showing its age and usage, the figu...
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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.
Two Moghul-period water colors depicting erotic motifs in the form of couples on terraces. One is a day scene, the other an evening scene. India, ca. 1800. Framed behind glass. Picture frame: H 34.5 cm, W 24 cm. Condition: Fine clear colors and almost no smudging. Minor losses to eggshell white.
Indian Subcontinent : Pre 1700 item #1309946 (stock #1194)
A small but very rare & beautiful mandorla from a double image in gilt, hammered copper of the highest quality decorated with twenty-one images representing Buddhas, bodhisattvas, protectors and vidyarajas. On a fitted metal stand. Tibet, 15–16th cent. H 14.5 cm, W 14.5 cm. Condition: Small piece lost to top of mandorla and very minor rubbing. Otherwise excellent.
Indian Subcontinent : Pre 1920 item #1309443
Kurdish antique saddle bag most likely for use on a donkey, made in slit-tapestry technique in a variety of colors, woven in one long piece and the folded over on either side to make two storage pouches. The primary central motif is that of two eight armed stars, below this another half reserve with two half-stars and surrounding it all is a beautiful decorative guard band delineated by narrow fence motifs...