Indian Silver, An Exceptionally Rare Enamelled Silver Spittoon (Peekdaan or Thookadaan), Probably The Deccan, Golcanda, Central-India, Circa 18th Century.

Identification Number: 169
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Description

For General information please visit our previous lot No. 167.

N.B:- Dear customers (Lots 167, 168 & 169) are sold together.

 

 

 

Dimensions

Dimensions:-

9 cm width.
10 cm the height.

Condition

Condition: Very good minor loss to enamel and silver tarnishing.

Provence

The UK Art Market.

References

References:- For similar enamelled silver made in Golocanda, Please see Sotheby's Auction London, The Stuart Cary Welch Collection, Part One, Arts Of The Islamic World, April 06, 2011 Sold lot 111.

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