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Single Qajar Papier-Mache Playing Card with Mother, # 6

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Middle Eastern: Pre 1900   item# 1213968 (stock# SK 581)

Single Qajar Papier-Mache Playing Card with Mother, # 6
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+41 31 311 04 06


$ 140 / shipping included 

A rectangular high quality playing card of the "as nas" game, made of papier-mache and hand-painted in ink, watercolor and gold under lacquered varnish. Depicting a lady with two children wearing Western dresses within an oval frame, the border with floral pattern in gold. Description of the game by the Brooklyn Museum: "The full set of cards for the game of s ns, a gambling game similar to poker, contains twenty cards, with four each of five suits. The suite, in descending orde ...click for details


Chinese Blue & White Porcelain Saucer w. Garden Fence

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1700   item# 1213966 (stock# 4019)

Chinese Blue & White Porcelain Saucer w. Garden Fence
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+41 31 311 04 06


$ 550 / shipping included 

Finely potted Kraak style petal-molded deep saucer, painted at the center in underglaze blue with a garden fence and butterfly among flowers. Dating to the late Ming period. The base with a Chenghua six-character mark in double ring. Condition: a c. 10 cm long hairline (see pic. 6 and 12), few rim frittings, the bluish glaze partially uneven. Dimension: 19.9 cm diameter.


Single Qajar Papier-Mache Nas Card w. Nobleman, # 4

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Middle Eastern: Pre 1900   item# 1213677 (stock# SK 586)

Single Qajar Papier-Mache Nas Card w. Nobleman, # 4
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+41 31 311 04 06


$ 140 / shipping included 

A rectangular high quality playing card of the "as nas" game, made of papier-mache and hand-painted in ink, watercolor and gold under lacquered varnish. Depicting a young, traditionally dressed nobleman sitting on a throne besides two servants within an oval frame embellished with foil, the border with floral pattern in gold. Description of the game by the Brooklyn Museum: "The full set of cards for the game of s ns, a gambling game similar to poker, contains twenty cards, with ...click for details


Single Qajar Papier-Mache Nas Card w. Nobleman, # 2

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Middle Eastern: Pre 1900   item# 1213675 (stock# SK 584)

Single Qajar Papier-Mache Nas Card w. Nobleman, # 2
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Galerie Hafner
+41 31 311 04 06


$ 140 / shipping included 

A rectangular high quality playing card of the "as nas" game, made of papier-mache and hand-painted in ink, watercolor and gold under lacquered varnish. Depicting a young, traditionally dressed nobleman sitting on a throne besides two servants within an oval frame embellished with foil, the border with floral pattern in gold. Description of the game by the Brooklyn Museum: "The full set of cards for the game of s ns, a gambling game similar to poker, contains twenty cards, with ...click for details


Single Qajar Papier-Mache Nas Card w. Nobleman, # 1

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Middle Eastern: Pre 1900   item# 1213674 (stock# SK 583)

Single Qajar Papier-Mache Nas Card w. Nobleman, # 1
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Galerie Hafner
+41 31 311 04 06


$ 120 / shipping included 

A rectangular high quality playing card of the "as nas" game, made of papier-mache and hand-painted in ink, watercolor and gold under lacquered varnish. Depicting a young, traditionally dressed nobleman sitting on a throne besides two servants within an oval frame embellished with foil, the border with floral pattern in gold. Description of the game by the Brooklyn Museum: "The full set of cards for the game of s ns, a gambling game similar to poker, contains twenty cards, with ...click for details


Single Qajar Papier-Mache Playing Card with Mother, # 4

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Middle Eastern: Pre 1900   item# 1213569 (stock# SK 573)

Single Qajar Papier-Mache Playing Card with Mother, # 4
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+41 31 311 04 06


$ 100 / shipping included 

A rectangular playing card of the "as nas" game, made of papier-mache and hand-painted in ink, watercolor and gold under lacquered varnish. With clumsy depiction of a lady with two children within an oval frame embellished with foil. Description of the game by the Brooklyn Museum: "The full set of cards for the game of s ns, a gambling game similar to poker, contains twenty cards, with four each of five suits. The suite, in descending order, include the s (ace); the shh (king) ...click for details


Qajar Papier-Mache "Shah" or King Playing Card.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Middle Eastern: Pre 1900   item# 1213486 (stock# SK 574)

Qajar Papier-Mache "Shah" or King Playing Card.
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+41 31 311 04 06


$ 160 / shipping included 

A rectangular playing card of the "as nas" game, made of papier-mache in the "lacca povera" technique: a hand colored engraving under lacquered varnish. Showing a portrait of Nasr al-Din Shah Qajar (reg. 1848 - 1896) within an oval frame embellished with foil. Description of the game by the Brooklyn Museum: "The full set of cards for the game of s ns, a gambling game similar to poker, contains twenty cards, with four each of five suits. The suite, in descending order, ...click for details


Single Qajar Papier-Mache Playing Card with Mother, # 2

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Middle Eastern: Pre 1900   item# 1213219 (stock# SK 576)

Single Qajar Papier-Mache Playing Card with Mother, # 2
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Galerie Hafner
+41 31 311 04 06


$ 140 / shipping included 

A rectangular high quality playing card of the "as nas" game, made of papier-mache and hand-painted in ink, watercolor and gold under lacquered varnish. Depicting a lady with two children in Western dress within an oval frame embellished with foil, the border with floral pattern in gold. Description of the game by the Brooklyn Museum: "The full set of cards for the game of s ns, a gambling game similar to poker, contains twenty cards, with four each of five suits. The suite, in ...click for details


Single Qajar Papier-Mache Playing Card with Mother, #1

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Middle Eastern: Pre 1900   item# 1213217 (stock# SK 575)

Single Qajar Papier-Mache Playing Card with Mother, #1
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Galerie Hafner
+41 31 311 04 06


$ 120 / shipping included 

A rectangular high quality playing card of the "as nas" game, made of papier-mache and hand-painted in ink, watercolor and gold under lacquered varnish. Depicting a lady with two children in Western dress within an oval frame embellished with foil, the border with floral pattern in gold. Description of the game by the Brooklyn Museum: "The full set of cards for the game of s ns, a gambling game similar to poker, contains twenty cards, with four each of five suits. The suite, in ...click for details


Multan Silver Email Champleve Amulet Necklace.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Pre 1920   item# 1212891 (stock# 4826)

Multan Silver Email Champleve Amulet Necklace.
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+41 31 311 04 06


$ 850 / shipping included 

Three rectangular differently sized and slightly convex silver plaques with floral decoration in blue enamel. Attached to a traditional silk and gold thread cord with adjustable sliding knot. From an old Swiss collection. Dimension of amulets: 9 cm x 7.5 cm and approx. 5.8 cm x 4.7 cm, cord c. 100 cm long, weight: 132 g. Condition: two amulets with default to lugs, enamel with partial losses.

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