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Large Kashmir Lacquer Papier Mache Qalamdan, 19th C.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Indian Subcontinent: Kashmir: Pre 1900   item# 1217168 (stock# SK 603)

Large Kashmir Lacquer Papier Mache Qalamdan, 19th C.
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$ 440 / shipping included 

A pen-box with rounded ends, painted with flowers and scrolling foliage in gold on a dark ground. The sliding tray decorated with flowers on a whitish ground. Condition: good, lacquer little dull and with some minor chips and flaking, please look carefully at the photos being part of condition report. Dimension: 25.5 cm long x 4.6 cm wide, x 4 cm high.


Antique Woven Kashmir Wool Shawl Fragment, mid 19th C.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Indian Subcontinent: Kashmir: Pre 1900   item# 1208448 (stock# 4831)

Antique Woven Kashmir Wool Shawl Fragment, mid 19th C.
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$ 980 / shipping included 

A Kashmir wool shawl fragment woven in India in the twill tapestry technique. Joined together in the past from several separately woven parts. Here two panels sewn together in the middle of a larger damaged one. Condition: old mends, splits, some small holes and stains. Dimension: 168 cm x 110 cm.


Kashmir Gilt Bronze Teapot with Enamel, 19th C.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Indian Subcontinent: Kashmir: Pre 1900   item# 1183612 (stock# 4799)

Kashmir Gilt Bronze Teapot with Enamel, 19th C.
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$1,100 / shipping included 

A rare Kashmir teapot with hinged lid standing on three small feet. The metal base, here copper or bronze, was first engraved with special tools to create the design in relief, the grooves were later filled with glass and then embellished with additional engraving and shiny gilding. This technique is called in India "meena" or "meenakari" and was first applied by the Mughal. With a small handwritten note explaining its provenance. Dimension: 20.8 cm long, 14 cm high, weight: ...click for details


Pierced Kashmir Gilt Bronze Dish with Enamel, 19th C.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Indian Subcontinent: Kashmir: Pre 1900   item# 1107464 (stock# 4419)

Pierced Kashmir Gilt Bronze Dish with Enamel, 19th C.
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$ 420 / shipping included 

The metal base, here copper, was first engraved with special tools to create the design in relief, the grooves were later filled with glass and then embellished with additional engraving and shiny gilding. This technique is called in India "meena" or "meenakari" and was first applied by the Mughal. Condition: some wear to gilding, a tiny rim dent, slightly bent. Dimension: diameter: 24.5 cm, weight: 532 g. Without wooden stand.

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