17th century Asia & North Africa

17th century Asia & North Africa
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late 17th-early 18th c.Lacquered Pen Box. Maker:Manohar (active ca.1582-1624) Possibly made in Deccan or Northern India. Papier-maché; painted, gilded, and lacquered.3 x 3.8 x 23.3 cm Cynthia Hazen Polsky and Leon B. Polsky Fund, 2002.Acc. Number: 2002.416a,b. Metropolitan Museum of Art.
STARS AND HEXAGONS JALIIndia (Mughal), 17th centuryHeight: 160.7 cmWidth: 45 cmDepth: 4 cmA finely carved double-sided red sandstone jali screen, the mottled red sandstone carved with an interlocking design of six-pointed stars each surrounded by six hexagons that connect to the adjacent stars to form a delicate geometric lattice.
1601 17th-century Khatchkar (Armenian funerary cross-stone) from the destroyed cemetery in Julfa. Etchmiadzin Cathedral, Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin, Armenian Apostolic Church. Vagharshapat, Armavir Region,Armenia. (Julfa, modern Azerbaijan).

17th century Asia & North Africa

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LATE 17TH C.SULTAN ABDALLAH QUTB SHAH OF GOLCONDA, INDIA, DECCAN, GOLCONDA, gouache with gold on paper, wide cream borders decorated with gold flowers and birds and lightly sprinkled with silver, numbered in ink the upper inner border in Persian "88" and in pencil in a European hand "14", old cyrillic ownership stamp in lower border, further numbers in lower border "871", "25", "14"; verso with four lines of bold nasta'liq calligraphy written diagonally on gold-stencilled paper, signed
The Embassy of Johannes Bacherus en route to the Court of Aurangzeb | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Sultan ‘Abdullah Qutb Shah of GolcondaGolconda, Deccan, circa 1640Opaque pigments with gold on paper.19.1 x 8.7 cm

17th century Rulers of Asia & North Africa

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A Gu-style painted and embroidered silk 'figural' panel, 17th century | 十七世紀 露香園顧秀封侯圖 | Important Chinese Art | 2023 | Sotheby's
Fan Qi (1616-after 1694), Wu Hong (1615-1680) and et. al Twelve Landscapes ink and colour on satin, a set of twelve hanging scrolls  each signed and with one to three seals of the artist, seven of twelve dated gengwu (1690) 207.4 x 50.5 cm
Fan Qi (1616-after 1694), Wu Hong (1615-1680) and et. al Twelve Landscapes ink and colour on satin, a set of twelve hanging scrolls  each signed and with one to three seals of the artist, seven of twelve dated gengwu (1690) 207.4 x 50.5 cm

17th century China

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Empress Xiaochengren (1654-1674), of the Manchu Plain Yellow Banner Hešeri clan, was a consort of the Kangxi Emperor. Empresses of the Qing Dynasty Ethnic groups in China.
Shunzhi Emperor (Wade-Giles:Shun-chih)(1638-61),2nd emperor of the Manchu Qing dynasty.Officially known posthumously as Emperor Zhāng.Emperor of China(1644-61) emperor (1643-61)Family-Aisin Gioro. Father -Hong Taiji.Mother-Empress Dowager Xiaozhuang.Child-Niuniu.Fuquan.Kangxi Emperor.Prince Rong.Changning.Qishou. Longxi.Yonggan. Zhong Kui painted by the Shunzhi Emperor.The two characters yubi on top of the ink painting mean"imperial brush." Palace Museum in Beijing,China.
Hong Taiji 1st emperor of the Qing Dynasty (1592-1643) Qing dynasty Later Jin Emperor of China (Qing dynasty,1636-43) khan (Later Jin,1626-36) Spouse Xiaoduanwen.Empress Dowager Xiaozhuang.Harjol.Namuzhong. Batemazao.Concubine Yuan.Concubine Ji. Portrait of the Imperial Consort Zhuang,later Empress Xiao Zhuang Wen 17th c.Empress Dowager Xiaozhuang 1613-1688 Family-Borjigin. Father-Zhaisang.Mother-Boli.Child-Shunzhi Emperor.State Princess Yongmu. State Princess Shuhui.

17th century Rulers China

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A pilgrim flask ‘baoyueping’ on oval foot-ring (Ming dynasty, first half 17th century)Period: Ming dynasty, first half 17th centuryDimensions: 25cm highProvenance:Galery Lamy – Oriental Fine Arts (Brussels)A private Belgian collection
A pilgrim flask ‘baoyueping’ on oval foot-ring (Ming dynasty, first half 17th century) Period: Ming dynasty, first half 17th century Dimensions: 25cm high Provenance: Galery Lamy – Oriental Fine Arts (Brussels) A private Belgian collection
Cloisonné enamel vessel, fanghuLate Ming to early Qing dynasty, 17th centuryA large cloisonné enamel vessel of baluster form and of square section, supported on a tall. tapered foot and with a slightly flared rim. Each side of the vessel is divided into four sections by three horizontal bands of lingzhi fungus and bamboo leaf ornament. The uppermost section is decorated with plantain leaves; the shoulder section has intricate archaistic dragon motifs; the widest section of the body shows a lar

17th century Cloisonné China

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TRES RARE ET IMPORTANT PARAVENT A DOUZE FEUILLES EN LAQUE DE COROMANDEL
TRES RARE ET IMPORTANT PARAVENT A DOUZE FEUILLES EN LAQUE DE COROMANDEL
TRES RARE ET IMPORTANT PARAVENT A DOUZE FEUILLES EN LAQUE DE COROMANDEL

17th century Chinese Furniture

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JINGDEZHEN [JIANGXI PROVINCE, CHINA]Four 'rolwagen' vases c.1640Porcelain painted with underglaze blue | H 46.4 cm, 47.8 cm, 47.5 cm, 48.5 cm (whole object) | RCIN 689
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17th century Porcelain China

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Falconer Holding a Hawk
Portrait of Zen Master Gudō Toshoku (Primary Title)愚堂東寔国師像 酒井氏信士繪 愚堂東寔賛 江戸時代 絹本着色 一幅 (Translation) Sakai-shi 酒井氏, Japanese, ca. 1620 - 1670 (Painter) Gudō Toshoku 愚堂東寔, Japanese, 1577-1661 (Calligrapher)Date:1660Culture:JapaneseCategory:CalligraphyPaintingsScrollsMedium:Hanging scroll; ink and color on silkCollection:East Asian ArtDimensions:Overall: 70 1/2 × 26 in. (179.07 × 66.04 cm)Image: 45 3/4 × 19 in. (116.21 × 48.26 cm)Object Number:67.49
1626 Procession of the Emperor and His Suite. Kano School. Japan. One of a set of two handscrolls; ink and color on paper, hand-tinted. Image: 26 × 1354.5 cm Overall (entire length): 26 × 1423 cm Classification: Prints Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1927. Accession Number: 27.95.1 The Metropolitan Museum of Art. This artwork is meant to be viewed from right to left.

17th century Japan

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17th c.Scenes in&around the Capital Edo period (1615-1868) Japan Pair of 6-panel folding screens;ink,color,gold,&gold leaf on paper Image (each) 156.1×352.2cm.Overall (each)170×366.2cm.Gift of the Mary&Jackson Burke Foundation,2015.Acc.N.2015.300.106. 1,.2.The Metropolitan Museum of Art.The maplike composition depicts festive scenes& iconic sites in&around Kyoto, among them bustling streets,temples,shrines,&canals set against a panoramic view of the river,surrounding hills,&suburbs.
17th c.Scenes in&around the Capital Edo period (1615-1868) Japan Pair of 6-panel folding screens;ink,color,gold,&gold leaf on paper Image (each) 156.1×352.2cm.Overall (each)170×366.2cm.Gift of the Mary&Jackson Burke Foundation,2015.Acc.N.2015.300.106. 1,.2.The Metropolitan Museum of Art.The maplike composition depicts festive scenes& iconic sites in&around Kyoto, among them bustling streets,temples,shrines,&canals set against a panoramic view of the river,surrounding hills,&suburbs.
1st half of the 17th c. Cherry Blossom Viewing at Itsukushima and Yoshino Edo period (1615-1868) Japan Pair of six-panel folding screens; ink, color, and gold leaf on paper Image (each): 153.6 × 348.6 cm. Credit Line: Mary Griggs Burke Collection,Gift of the Mary and Jackson Burke Foundation, 2015 Accession Number: 2015.300.107.1,.2.The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

17th century Japanese screen

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Portable Lunch Box with Cherry Blossom and Maple Leaf Design Attributed to Yamamoto Shunsho Edo period 17-19c Maki-e lacquer and tin H-25.3 D-16 W-29.5   Handed down in Nishihonganji temple ©MIHO MUSEUM.
The larger one was bought by President of the Royal Horticultural Society&collector Sir Trevor Lawrence (history loop:his maternal grandfather was a haberdasher).He died in 1913 and when his estate was liquidated in 1916,the chest was bought by Welsh coal baron Clifford Cory.Sir Clifford died in 1941,&that’s where the trail ended.In the middle of the Battle of Britain,the estate was sold at auction with the lacquer trunk described solely as“a large Chinese chest.”
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17th c. Japan Lacquered wood

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Suit of Armor in Gusoku Style.Cultural Asesets designated by the Hikone City government.Shiga Prefecture.Red-lacquered iron plates with blue silk lacing.With cuirass in okegawa-nimaido style Momoyama - Edo period, 17th c.Owned by Ii Naomasa (1561-1602), 1st lord of the Hikone domainGift of Ii Family.Okegawa-do refers to a do made by joining two horizontally-long iron plates without employing any silk lacing.
17th c.Armor (Gusoku) Armorer:Inscribed by Yukinoshita Sadaiyé (Japanese, active 17th century) Japanese Iron, lacquer, silk, gilt copper as mounted: H.134.6 cm; W.81.3 cm; D. 50.8 cm.Rogers Fund, 1904 Accession Number:04.4.9a–l. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
View of the upper torso of the Yokohagidō Armor with shakudō cuirass crafted from an alloy of copper and gold depicting a coiled dragon Helmet 14th century CE Armor 18th century CE Japan Armor in the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection of Japanese Samurai Armor photographed at the Portland Art Museum.

17th century Japanese armor

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A PORTRAIT OF HAYAT KHAN, KHIDMAT PARAST (D. AH 1068⁄1658 AD)
SIGNED MURAR, MUGHAL INDIA, CIRCA 1630
late 17th cent.Ali Quli Jabbadar.Портрет европейца, деталь. Persian art in the Hermitage.Aliquli Jabbadar (‘Alī-qolī Jabbadār) (fl.1666-94) was an Iranian artist, one of the first to have incorporated European influences in the traditional Safavid-era miniature painting. He is known for his scenes of the Safavid courtly life, especially his careful rendition of the physical setting and of details of dress.

17th century Persons Asia

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c.1600-50 Garden gathering,Safavid tile panels.The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Panel of tiles depicting figures in a garden from Iran, Isfahan, 1630.
Ces carreaux ont été produits sous l’empire iranien des Safavides (1501-1736), où les villes de Meched, Yedz et Kirman sont alors les principaux centres de production céramique.
Tiles of the citadel [Konya Ark] reception room. Khiva, Uzbekistan

17th century Ceramic Asia & North Africa

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Flap from a Book-cover LAQ 513 Isfahan, Iran mid-17th century papier-mâché board, painted and varnished; plain red leather spine and doublure 26.5 x 8.3cm A little stream runs through a scene set with a tree, plants and clouds, all outlined in gold on a wine-red background. Above the stream stands a youth clasping a blue-and-white wine jug, and below it a young dervish is seated with an open book and a gourd bottle before him.
1630-40 Album Page with Découpé Vase, Insects, and Birds Attributed to India, Bijapur Gouache on black paper with colored and white decoupage Image: 19.3 × 9.8 cm Sheet: 31.5 × 20.1 cm Credit Line: Private Collection, London.
Album Page with Calligraphic Composition CAL 216 Iran circa 1600–1615 ink, gold and opaque watercolour on paper; mounted on card within borders of tinted paper written in nasta‘liq script 19.8 x 10cm (calligraphic panel) Mir ‘Imad al-Hasani was the undisputed master of nasta‘liq, the script used in this example. He was murdered in 1615, reputedly for offending Shah ‘Abbas (r. 1587 – 1629).

17th century Manuscripts Asia & North Africa

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Полевое украшение, инициал; Османская империя. Константинополь; XVII в.; памятник: Gospels of Georg Alexief (Евангелие) (W.546); местонахождение: США. Балтимор. WAM (Walters Art Museum)
Полевое украшение, инициал; Османская империя. Кон�стантинополь; XVII в.; памятник: Gospels of Georg Alexief (Евангелие) (W.546); местонахождение: США. Балтимор. WAM (Walters Art Museum)
Заставка, полевое украшение, инициал; Османская империя. Константинополь; XVII в.; памятник: Gospels of Georg Alexief (Евангелие) (W.546); местонахождение: США. Балтимор. WAM (Walters Art Museum)

17th c. Manuscripts Armenia

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1619-24.Nezâmi et Toghril Châh.Nezâmi, Khamseh (Cinq poèmes)Bâghbâd (Turkménistan) et [Ispahan?(Iran)] 386 f. 36×24cm BnF,persan 1029,f.120v.Un épisode final met en scène Nezâmi,l'auteur de ce livre,et son protecteur Toghril Châh,le souverain seldjoukide dont il a chanté les louanges.Par déférence envers le poète qui,contrairement aux autres poètes,menait une vie exemplaire,le souverain a fait disparaître tous les flacons de vin.
1619-24.f 100r.Fête chez Khosrow.Nezâmi, Khamseh (Cinq poèmes)Bâghbâd (Turkménistan) et [Ispahan? (Iran)],Papier, 386 f. 36 × 24 cm BnF,supplément persan 1029, f. 100 Lors d'une réception, une joute courtoise s'instaure entre le harpiste Neguissa, qui combat pour Chîrîn, et le musicien Barbâd, qui défend le roi. La belle, qui assiste à la scène, finit par se laisser convaincre et épouse Khosrow dans de somptueuses noces à Ctésiphon.
1619-24.Nezâmi et Toghril Châh.Nezâmi, Khamseh (Cinq poèmes)Bâghbâd (Turkménistan) et [Ispahan?(Iran)] 386 f. 36×24cm BnF,persan 1029,f.120v.Un épisode final met en scène Nezâmi,l'auteur de ce livre,et son protecteur Toghril Châh,le souverain seldjoukide dont il a chanté les louanges.Par déférence envers le poète qui,contrairement aux autres poètes,menait une vie exemplaire,le souverain a fait disparaître tous les flacons de vin.Toghril Châh est assis sur son trône à droite.

17th c. Khamsa by Nizami Ganjavi

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17th c.Shahnama (Book of Kings) of Firdausi. Calligrapher: Shah Muhammad of Sabzavar. Author: Abu'l Qasim Firdausi (Iranian, Paj ca. 940/41-1020 Tus) Attributed to Iran, Isfahan 39. 4x27.9 cm Acc.N.13.228.11 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Rustam recues Bizhan from the pitIllustration to the Shahnameh by Mu’in MusawwirIsfahan, Iran1649Gouache on paperH: 28.7; W: 14.3 cmYohanan ben David Bequest, LondonAccession number:B69.0625Archaeology/Islamic Art & ArchaeologyPhoto © The Israel Museum, JerusalemThe Iranian prince Bizhan was invited to a feast given by Manizha, the daughter of Afrasiyab, King of Turan. The princess fell in love with Bizhan at first sight and invited him to her tent. Her father, archenemy of the
ca.1610 Rescue of Bizhan by Piran, Folio from a Shahnama (Book of Kings) of Firdausi Author: Abu'l Qasim Firdausi (Iranian,Paj ca. 940/41-1020 Tus)Attributed to India,Deccan, Bijapur Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper Page: H.20 cm W.12.1 cm Painting: H. 13.2 cm W.7 cm Credit Line: Gift of Wendy Findlay, 1983 Acc.Number: 1983.354.1.The Metropolitan Museum of Art

17th c. Shahnameh (Book of Kings) by Ferdowsi

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late 17th-early 18th c.Steel standard (alam), with openwork decoration.Iran.Total H:378.5 cm.In the Islamic world,the alam was used as an insignia of princely rank, as a military standard, and as a religious standard.No matter what its purpose,the alam generally featured religious inscriptions that mention the name of the Prophet Muhammad and the four first caliphs
17th c.Locket Pendant in Shape of Shell with Animal-Headed Cap Flanked by a Small Bird on Sides. Attributed to India, Deccan Gold;cast,embossed and engraved, inlayed with turquoise and ruby.Dimensions: H.4.8 cm W.2.9 cm D.1.6 cm Jewelry Credit Line: Purchase, Louis E. and Theresa S. Seley Purchase Fund for Islamic Art, A. Robert Towbin Gift, funds from various donors and Josephine L. Berger-Nadler Gift, 2009 Acc.Number: 2009.148a, b.The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Processional Standard ('Alam) late 17th–early 18th c. Made in India, probably Hyderabad, Deccan Brass H.96.5 cm W. 30.5 cm Credit Line: Purchase, Friends of Islamic Art Gifts, 2013 Accession Number: 2013.37

17th century Metalwork Asia & North Africa

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probably 1650-75 Dagger.Kuwait City, Kuwait. Dar al-Athar al-Islamiyyah.Inv. Number:LNS 116 J Period:Mughal Provenance: India.
17th century, Indian ankus (elephant goad), steel, brass, L. 40.6 cm, Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935.
1620 Dagger and scabbard.Kuwait City, Kuwait.Dar al-Athar al-Islamiyyah.Inv. Number:LNS 25 J Period Mughal Provenance: India.

Metalwork Weapons & Armor 17th century Asia & Africa

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William Dalrymple , Shah Jahan Masjid, Thatta 2 | WILLIAM DALRYMPLE : THE HISTORIAN'S EYE | Rob Dean Art
William Dalrymple , Shah Jahan Masjid, Thatta 3 | WILLIAM DALRYMPLE : THE HISTORIAN'S EYE | Rob Dean Art
William Dalrymple , Shah Jahan Masjid, Thatta | WILLIAM DALRYMPLE : THE HISTORIAN'S EYE | Rob Dean Art

17th century Places Asia & North Africa

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Jagdish Temple is a large Hindu temple in the middle of Udaipur in Rajasthan, just outside the royal palace. It has been in continuous worship since 1651. the temple was originally called the temple of Jagannath Rai but is now called Jagdish-ji. It is a major monument in Udaipur.The Jagdish Temple is raised on a tall terrace and was completed in 1651. It attaches a double-storey Mandapa (hall) to a double-storey saandhara (with a covered ambulatory) sanctum.
1622-28.Tomb of I'timād-ud-Daulah.Mughal mausoleum. Agra.Uttar Pradesh.India. Sometimes called the "Bachcha Taj",the tomb of I'timād-ud-Daulah is often regarded as a draft of the Taj Mahal.The tomb represents a transition betw. the 1st phase of monumental Mughal architecture-primarily built from red sandstone with marble decorations,as in Humayun's Tomb in Delhi&Akbar's tomb in Sikandra-to its 2nd phase,based on white marble and pietra dura inlay,most elegantly realized in the Taj Mahal.
William Dalrymple , Interior of Jama Masjid, Old Delhi | WILLIAM DALRYMPLE : THE HISTORIAN'S EYE | Rob Dean Art

17th century Places India

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17th c.CAUCASIAN 'DRAGON' CARPET FRAGMENT fragment approximately 460 by 60cm; 466 by 63 cm. including mount Property from a Prominent Private Collection
17TH CENTURY A LONG PAINTED COTTON TENT PANEL (QANAT) FRAGMENT, NORTH INDIA, painted and resist dyed cotton with one very long floral stem in a niche500 by 111cm.
17th c.Hunting Scene Persian Isfahan Rug, Country of Origin.Rug Type: Persian Rug, This rare 17th century carpet is a majestic and ornate masterpiece that is sure to spark one's imagination. Despite being over 300 years old, this beautifully saturated and soft colors, give this antique Persian Isfahan rug something of a modern feel.

17th century Textile Asia & North Africa

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an animal's head is decorated with multicolored beads and gold trimmings
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probably 1650-75 Dagger.Kuwait City, Kuwait. Dar al-Athar al-Islamiyyah.Inv. Number:LNS 116 J Period:Mughal Provenance: India.
17th century, Indian ankus (elephant goad), steel, brass, L. 40.6 cm, Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935. India, Art, Arm Armor, Artifacts, Sri Lanka, Elephant, Brass, Stone
17th century, Indian ankus (elephant goad), steel, brass, L. 40.6 cm, Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935.
1620 Dagger and scabbard.Kuwait City, Kuwait.Dar al-Athar al-Islamiyyah.Inv. Number:LNS 25 J Period Mughal Provenance: India. Pretty Knives, Mughal Empire, Jewelry Design Drawing, Dagger Knife, Antique Gold Jewelry, Indian Heritage, Cool Knives
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1620 Dagger and scabbard.Kuwait City, Kuwait.Dar al-Athar al-Islamiyyah.Inv. Number:LNS 25 J Period Mughal Provenance: India.
an antique black and gold plate with four circular knobs on the front, set against a black background
Black Dhal
BLACK DHALPLACE OF ORIGIN: Deccan or Mughal IndiaDATE: 17th CenturyOVERALL DIAMETER: 590mm (23 Inches)REFERENCE: 401
four gold and diamond studs on a black leather surface with three smaller ones in the middle
Black Dhal
BLACK DHAL PLACE OF ORIGIN: Deccan or Mughal India DATE: 17th Century OVERALL DIAMETER: 590mm (23 Inches) REFERENCE: 401
four gold - plated objects are sitting on a black surface with holes in the middle
Black Dhal
BLACK DHAL PLACE OF ORIGIN: Deccan or Mughal India DATE: 17th Century OVERALL DIAMETER: 590mm (23 Inches) REFERENCE: 401
a silver vase with a decorative design on it's top and bottom, against a black background
IRIS POMMEL DAGGER
IRIS POMMEL DAGGER PLACE OF ORIGIN: MUGHAL DOMINIONS or DECCAN, INDIA DATE: 17th Century OVERALL LENGTH: 400mm (15 ¾ Inches) REFERENCE: 337
a long white knife with a dragon on it's blade and an animal head on the handle
IRIS POMMEL DAGGER
IRIS POMMEL DAGGERPLACE OF ORIGIN: MUGHAL DOMINIONS or DECCAN, INDIADATE: 17th CenturyOVERALL LENGTH: 400mm (15 ¾ Inches)REFERENCE: 337
four yellow and black decorative objects on top of a brown table with holes in the middle
Carved Leather Shield
CARVED LEATHER SHIELD PLACE OF ORIGIN: BIDAR, DECCAN DATE: 17th–18th Century DIAMETER: 22" Inches REFERENCE: 267
an artistic metal object with gold rivets on it's surface, against a black background
Carved Leather Shield
CARVED LEATHER SHIELD PLACE OF ORIGIN: BIDAR, DECCAN DATE: 17th–18th Century DIAMETER: 22" Inches REFERENCE: 267
a plate that has some gold decorations on it's surface in front of a black background
Carved Leather Shield
CARVED LEATHER SHIELDPLACE OF ORIGIN: BIDAR, DECCANDATE: 17th–18th CenturyDIAMETER: 22" InchesREFERENCE: 267
an ornate gold and black vase with two handles
Bejeweled Katar
BEJEWELED KATARPLACE OF ORIGIN: DECCAN, INDIADATE: 17th CenturyOVERALL: 17" InchesREFERENCE: 256
a knife that is hanging on the side of a wall with chains attached to it
Bejeweled Katar
BEJEWELED KATAR PLACE OF ORIGIN: DECCAN, INDIA DATE: 17th Century OVERALL: 17" Inches REFERENCE: 256
GILDED PATAPLACE OF ORIGIN: DECCAN, INDIADATE: 17th–18th CenturyOVERALL LENGTH: 1350mm (53 inches)REFERENCE: 205 Miniature Painting, Metropolitan Museum, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, European Fashion, Flower Decorations, Art Collection
Gilded Pata
GILDED PATAPLACE OF ORIGIN: DECCAN, INDIADATE: 17th–18th CenturyOVERALL LENGTH: 1350mm (53 inches)REFERENCE: 205
a large metal object with a long handle on it's side, against a black background
Gilded Pata
GILDED PATA PLACE OF ORIGIN: DECCAN, INDIA DATE: 17th–18th Century OVERALL LENGTH: 1350mm (53 inches) REFERENCE: 205