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Engraved Brass Tea Pot  Khanate of Kokand (Silk Road)  17th-18th century

Engraved Brass Tea Pot, Khanate of Kokand, century, Kokand (Silk Road) - Uzbekistan, century - Eloge de l'Art par Alain Truong

- Große Karaffe mit Vermeilmontierung

- Große Karaffe mit Vermeilmontierung

josef carl ritter von klinkosch - Google Search

josef carl ritter von klinkosch - Google Search

Charles Edwards - London 1891

Charles Edwards - London 1891

Steven Smith - London 1882

Vintage etched glass mounted in silver claret jug/decanter by Stephen Smith…

Ritual Censer 15th–16th century Tibet Iron inlaid with gold

Ritual Censer, century Tibet Iron with gold inlay (Censers are any type of vessels made for burning incense.

Christie's A GROUP OF FOUR BRASS LOTA  MUGHAL 17TH/19TH CENTURY  The bodies of rounded bulbous form, rising to the strongly waisted neck and slightly flaring rims with various moulded and incised decoration 6 5/8in. (16.8cm.) high max. (4)

Christie's A GROUP OF FOUR BRASS LOTA MUGHAL CENTURY The bodies of rounded bulbous form, rising to the strongly waisted neck and slightly flaring rims with various moulded and incised decoration 6 high max.

Mughal Brass Ewer, Engraved & with Dark Lac Inlay Northern India (probably Lahore) mid 17th to early 18th century height: 34.5cm, weight: 1,835g This magnificent Mughal brass ewer (aftaba) is of impressive size and refined proportions. It is in excellent condition for its age, has a warm, honeyed patina and somewhat unusually for a North Indian ewer of this type and age, retains its original hinged lid.

Mughal Brass Ewer, Engraved & with Dark Lac Inlay Northern India (probably Lahore) mid 17th to early 18th century height: 34.5cm, weight: 1,835g This magnificent Mughal brass ewer (aftaba) is of impressive size and refined proportions. It is in excellent condition for its age, has a warm, honeyed patina and somewhat unusually for a North Indian ewer of this type and age, retains its original hinged lid.

Inkwell with Zodiac signs, Seljuq period (1040–1196), early 13th century Probably Iran Brass; cast, inlaid with silver, copper, and black compound

Inkwell with Zodiac signs, Seljuq period early century Probably Iran Brass; cast, inlaid with silver, copper, and black compound

Persian Handcraft=>Bowl ( sugar bowl )=>On copper metal.=>This industry is called Ghalamzani.        via: Hamid Dastmalchi - Google+

Persian Handcraft=>Bowl ( sugar bowl )=>On copper metal.=>This industry is called Ghalamzani.

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