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A Kashmiri Silver Surahi (water flask), 19th century

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Indian Subcontinent: Kashmir: Pre 1900   item# 1128069

A Kashmiri Silver Surahi (water flask), 19th century
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From our Indian Subcontinent Collection, a good Kashmiri silver surahi (water flask), 19th century, of compressed globular base with elongated neck and attached stopper secured by linked silver chain, well-decorated with chased vegetal and floral designs typical for Kashmiri silversmithing of this period. Overall a very attractive example with elegant proportions and good presence.

Size and Condition: 9 1/2 inche ...click for details


A Beautiful 19th Century Kashmiri Silver Teapot

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Indian Subcontinent: Kashmir: Pre 1900   item# 1105434

A Beautiful 19th Century Kashmiri Silver Teapot
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From our Indian Subcontinent Collection, a stunningly beautiful 19th century Khavakend-influenced Kashmiri silver teapot of bulbous teardrop form, finely chased in the rosette pattern with paisley and chinar motifs. This extremely fine teapot sits atop a flat rounded base with an avian-form handle, beak-form spout, and a dome-shaped hinged lid. Though the workmanship of this piece is clearly Kashmiri, the overall aesthetic is heavily influenced by the architectural motifs and artistic iconograp ...click for details


An Exceptional Lacquered Kashmiri Kashkul, 19th Century

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Indian Subcontinent: Kashmir: Pre 1900   item# 967079

An Exceptional Lacquered Kashmiri Kashkul, 19th Century
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From our Indian Subcontinent Collection, an exceptional Kashmiri kashkul or beggar's bowl, 19th century, modeled after the boat-shaped beggar's bowls used by Persian Sufi mystics. This fantastic vessel is composed of a metallic body, most likely copper alloy, that has been lacquered and then exquisitely painted with floral motifs in rich but subtle shades of blue, red, yellow, taupe, black, and with gilt highlights. It sits upon a slightly splayed foot and terminates in two dragon-head ...click for details

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