24 x 9 x 7 inches...hand carved from one solid piece of wood.
The "Sarinda" musical instrument was used for centuries in various countries in Central Asia, primarily in Rajasthan (Northern India), Pakistan, Nepal, Afghanistan, and Baluchistan...
The piece has 2 different makers marks which are clearly stamped into each side of the clay underside of bottom hole.
Dated by McKinley Tariff Act requiring name of country of origin to be permanently engraved (stamped) or imprinted into a piece.
It is a charming example of a Chinese woman's needlework and is in excellent condition...
The horn is in good condition with no chips or losses and stands approximately 6 inches tall.
The pouch at the top of the tassel most likely contains various herbs to bring health and good fortune to the baby...
Condition: All the MOP inlay is intact but there are numerous tiny nicks and chips in the surface finish on the inside and outside edges of the rim surround...
This panel was used as an architectural element and has the mortise cuts in the top which were used to hold the panel in place. It is one of a pair of panels which were taken from the temple...