An exceptional painting of a princely boar hunt.A famous genre from Kotah,Rajasthan
India 18th C.
Painting is 12 1/2 inches W. 10 1/2 inches H.
Framed 24 inches W. 22 inches H.
The painting is mounted in marbled paper
and encased in a red and gilt frame.
A very finely painted and heavily gilt Indian miniature painting of a princess seated on a terrace.
Painting is 7 1/4 inches W. 9 1/2 inches H.
Framed it is 13 3/4 inches W. 17 inches H.
A very finely painted miniature painting of a princess seated on a terrace looking to a stormy sky with anticipation.Possibly a Ragamala painting.
India Circa 1750
Painting is 4 3/4 inches W. 8 inches H.
Framed 11 1/2 inches W. 15 inches H.
An ancient and rare Indian sandstone figure of Vamanavatara,the dwarf manifestation of Vishnu.In this form Vishnu subdued king Bali,a powerful demon.
India..Rajasthan or Madhya Pradesh
16 inches H. 8 inches W.
Deeply carved...6 inches Deep
An extremely fine and old figure of the hindu elephant headed diety Ganesha.Cast with an intricate back plate the 2 pieces are a tour de force of bronze casting.Ganesha is the remover of obstacles and his help is sought at the start of any new venture.
4 1/4 inches H. 3 1/8 inches W.
A complete and rare Islamic bronze pen box and ink pot used by muslim scribes.The long containers held the reeds and the minaret
shaped container held the ink.
10 inches L. 6 inches H.
A magnificent and rare copy of selections from the "Dasam Granth."
This book was composed by the 10'th Sikh Guru...Guru Gobind Singh.
The pages are hand written and colored in several different shades with outlines of leaves,flowers and rectangular panels.There is also an extensive use of gold on the pages.
Slight water staining.Otherwise in excellent condition.
The leather boards are detached but have been saved.
5 inches W. 4 1/2 inches H. 1 1/2 inches Thick
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A set of 4 antique traditional painted playing cards from India.Similar in style and technique to Indian miniature paintings.
Gently used condition.Frame is a little battered.
Moghul period.Early playing cards from India are rectangular,
later playing cards are round.
Each card is 2 1/2 inches W. 4 inches H.
Framed 13 1/2 inches W. 6 1/2 inches H.