Tibetan Thang-ka. Early 20thcentury. Pigment on cloth, the large central roundel with a central figure of Heruka in yab-yum, surrounded by 4 smaller roundelsde picting further deities in a landscape setting.
99 x 65 cm.
A bronze statue of Goddess Annapurna seated on a round lotus throne holding a scepter. 14/15th Century, India. The base is square and has one corner missing, Statue shows prolonged Puja (worship to the object) and has a naturally formed patina. Size: 8x4x4 cm.
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.
Jain painting from Western India. 19th century or earlier. 73 x 64 cm. Inks on paper, backed onto paper with areas of retouching. Can be viewed in central London by arrangement.
19th century Rajasthani inks on paper snakes and ladders religious teaching game. 59 x 489 cm. Backed onto paper, areas of retouching. Can be viewed in central London by arrangement.
19th century Rajasthani inks on paper snakes and ladders religious teaching game. 52 x 48 cm. Backed onto paper, areas of retouching. Can be viewed in central London by arrangement.
Indian Jain painting. Inks on paper. Western India. 19th cent. or earlier. 51 x 53 cm.
Backed onto new paper with losses evident. Can be viewed in central London by arrangement.
An interesting saddle bag possibly made from the hide of an ibex or mule like animal. The bag retains that rugged look used by the merchants who travelled across the Himalayas during the spring to Tibet and back bring goods from India to the Tibetan plateau. Age: Early 20th century
Size: Length: 43.5" Width: 16.5"
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.
Tibetan 18th century painting showing SADAKSARI Lord of the 6 syllables seated in padmasana. Multi silk brocade border and veil, metal capped rod. Painting 61x42 cm. 3 red syllables on reverse. Creases and border fraying. Further images by request. can be viewed in central London by arrangement.
Finely cast vajra, or "dorje", with five prongs of which four are coming out of "makara" (water dragons) mouths, and the classic double lotus shaped center. Bronze, nice green patina. Tibet, 18th century.Length: 4 7/16" (11,3 cm). Very good condition.
Sino-Tibetan Thangka of Hayagriva 16-17th Century
Hand painted picchavi cloth showing Krishna as Shrinathji being worshipped in his shrine at Nathdawara during annakuta the mountain of food ceremony.
150x100cm. Backed onto red cotton with hanging loops.
Reasonable condition for age and use, small splits at base.
Large 19th century hand painted picchavi cloth of the Rasa Lila. 200x200cm. Red cotton backing. Good condition for age and use, small holes at base.
4 Indian folk paintings, Double sided, Each 18 x 18 cm, gouache on paper, inscriptions above each. Undated estimated to be mid 19th century or earlier. Mounted under Perspex.
4 Indian folk paintings, 2 Double sided, each 18 x 18 cm, gouache on paper, inscriptions above each. Undated estimated to be mid 19th century or earlier. Mounted under Perspex.
Indian miniature of single figure accompanied by a deer. Surrounded by blue mount and further mounted onto green marbled paper. Page 30 x 19 cm, painting 13 x 9 cm. Undated, estimated to be 18th century. Stain at bottom of painting not affecting painting. Framed and glazed.
Indian painting on cloth of Jagannatha & Balabhadra on their journey accepting buttermilk from the milkmaid Manika Undated, estimated to be late 19th early 20th century.
50 x 50 cm. Framed and glazed.