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  • An Important Parcel-Gilt Metal Thread Embroidered on Orange Coloured Silk Wall Hanging Decorated with Confronted Exotic Birds Standing on A Water Feature & Floral Branches, Probably Bursa or Istanbul-Turkey, Circa 17th. Century.

  • An Exceptionally Rare Gilt Metal Thread Embroidered on Henna or Ginger Coloured Silk Velvet Saddle Fragment or Horse Cloth Decorated with Carnation, Rosettes flowers, The borders with pomegranates, Probably Istanbul-Turkey, Circa 17th. Century.

  • An Exceptionally Rare Pair of Armenian Repoussed Parcel-Gilt Silver Candlesticks, Made to Commemorate the Starting Ceremonies of the Armenian Pilgrim Congregation from Istanbul to the Holly Lands in Jerusalem, The Ottoman Empire-Istanbul, Dated with Armenian Dates of 1214-15/1765-66 AD.

  • A Rare Unmarked Large Pair of Ottoman Engraved Silver Candlesticks (Samdanilari or Samsdani), Probably Istanbul-Turkey circa 1800s AD.

  • A Fine Ottoman Mother-of Pearl, Tortoiseshell, Ebony, Lead, Ivory & Bone Overlaid Wooden Calligrapher’s Writing Desk & Single Drawer Tools Storage Chest, Probably Istanbul-Turkey, Circa 1700s. AD.

  • An Important Ottoman Mirror, Probably was Commissioned for a Prominent French Individual, Circa 19th. Century.

  • A Rare Caucasian Nielloed Silver Inkwell Fitted on a Rectangular Footed Tray Decorated with Arabesque Motives and Inscribed in Arabic, Signed and dated by the Master, Dagestan-The Republic of Russia.

  • A Set of Three Finely Carved Gilt, Polychromed & Lacquered Hindu Wooden Temple Sculptures depicting Winged Female Angels Holding Butterballs, the Back is Fitted with Iron Hooks, Goa or South India, Circa 1800s AD.

  • A Large Finely Carved Wooden Processional Sculpture Depicting a Standing Lion, Probably The Deccani Sultanates, Golconda or Bijapur -India, circa 17th. Century.

  • Dutch Colonial, A Fine Batavian Tortoiseshell Betel Box Or (Sirih) Casket With Silver Mounts, Batavia (Jakarta), (Dutch East Indies) Indonesia, Circa -1759-1800 AD.

  • A Macassar Ebony Book Shaped Bible Box Fitted With Silver Mounts For The Dutch Market, Galle District, Sri Lanka (Ceylon), 18TH-19TH Century.

  • Artifacts of The VOC & The Dutch East-Indies, An Important & Historical Small Filigree Silver Dish With Enamelled Central medallion, Padang-West Sumatra & Batavia (Jakarta)-Indonesia, Dated 1686 AD.

  • A Close Pair Octagonal Shaped Filigree Silver Box, Padang-West Sumatra, Dutch East Indies, West Sumatra-Indonesia, Circa 1700.

  • Indo-Portuguese Egg-Shaped Parcel-Gilt Filigree Silver Bezoar Stone Container, With A Matching Tripod Stand, Probably Goa or Karimnagar-India, Circa 17th. Century.

  • A Small Portable Gilt & Enamelled Silver Water-Pipe (Huqqah) Base, Upper Pradesh, Lucknow-India, 18th. Century.

  • A Close Pair of Parcel-Gilt Silver Rose Water Sprinklers (Gulabdan), Arminian Silversmith Masters Working in the Ottoman Empire, Probably-Turkey, Circa Late 18th.  Early 19th. Century.

    Ottoman Art

  • A Monumental Close pair of Canakkale Ceramic Ewers, Each Jug’s Top is Made in the Form of Stylised Bird Heads, The Ottoman Empire-Canakkale-Turkey, Circa Late 19th Century.

    Canakkale Ceramics

  • Close Pair of Iznik Style Dome of The Rock Tiles, The Ottoman Empire,1570-90 AD.

  • A Large Pair of Qajar Dynasty Underglaze Polychrome Painted Fritware Pottery Vases, Attributed to The Workshop of Ali Mohammed Isfahani, Tehran, Persia, 1880s AD.

    Arts of Persia

  • A Large Rectangular Shaped Tile With Moulded Decoration, Depicting Royals on A Hunting Spree, Glazed Fritware, Tehran or Isfahan, The Qajar Dynasty Persia, 1880s AD.

  • A Rectangular Shaped Tile With Moulded Decoration, Depicting A Young Falconer on Horseback Hunting in The Forest, Glazed Fritware, Tehran or Isfahan, The Qajar Dynasty Persia, 1870s AD.

  • Hispano-Moresque Lusterware, A Rare Hispano-Moresque Ceramic Lusterware Charger, Valencia (Manises), Spain, Circa 1525-60 AD.

  • Malay Silver, A Monumental Repoussed and Engraved Alloy Silver Tray, Riau- Archipelago (Sumatra), Indonesia, Dated 1235 AH- 1819 AD

  • A Rare Traditional Muslim Women’s Prayer Space Wooden Partition Screen or Room Divider (Tirai) Usually Used In Mosques, Beautifully Carved With Typical Malay Motifs, Polychromed and Gilded, Probably Kelantan-Malaysia, Circa late 1800s.

    Arts of the Malay World

  • Mughal Artifacts, A Fine & Intact Rectangular Shaped Jewelry Casket With Silver Mounts, The Semiprecious-Gemstone Panels are Made of Polished Green Bowenite Which It Has Been Mythically Used For Healing & Protection Powers For It’s Owners, The Mughal Dynasty, Probably Delhi, North India, Late 18th. Early 19th. Century.

  • A Fine Damascus Underglazed Polychrome Tile Decorated with Lobed Roundel & Various Ottoman Motifs, Tulips, Carnation Flowers and Tiger Stripe and Spot or Clouds Motifs, The Ottoman Empire Damascus-Syria, Circa 1580-1600 AD.

  • Japanese Art For the Islamic Market, A Rare Small Pair of Meiji Period Hand Enamelled & Gilt Satsuma Pottery Vases, Beautifully Decorated With Bold Religious Islamic Cursive Thuluth Script & Blossoming Floral Designs, Japan, Circa 19th. Century.

    Oriental Art For The Islamic & Indian Markets

  • Ottoman Süleymaniye Ware, An Extremely Rare Süleymaniye Ware Enamelled Lidded Hanging Church or Mosque Incense Burner In The Form Of A Hanging Ceramic Egg, The Ottoman Empire Istanbul-Turkey, Circa 1800.

    Incense Burners

  • Sinhalese Betel Lime Container, A Rare Silver Betel Lime Box or Container (Killotaya), Attached With Filigree Silver Finial Chain, Candy, Sri Lanka, Circa 17th. -18th. Century.

    Sinhalese Art

  • A Pair of Tibetan-Style Ritual Kettle Shaped Silver Lidded Ewers Inscribed with Persian Poem in Nastaliq Script,Probably Leh-Ladakh,Kashmir India,Circa Late 19th. Century.

    Arts of Jammu & Kashmir

  • Model of the Tomb of Jesus Aedicule (Edicule) in the Holy Sepulchre, Bethlehem, The Ottoman Period in Palestine, Circa 18th Century

    Christian Arts From Asia

  • A Finely Engraved & Pierced Mother of Pearl Mounted On Olivewood & Glazed Diorama Depicting The Resurrection Of Jesus, Stamped with The Maker Stamp Youseph (Yusef) Sourby (Zogbi), The Holy Lands, Bethlehem, Circa 1940s AD.

  • Jerusalem Snuff Box, A Fine & Rare Carved Holy Land Mother-Of-Pearl Snuff Box With Silver Mounts Decorated With The View Of Al-Aqsa Mosque & Inscribed In Arabic (حرم قدس شريف), Bethlehem, The Ottoman Empire-Old Palestine, Late 19th. Century.

  • Armenian Pottery In Jerusalem, A Rare Group Of Twelve Dome Of The Rock & Iznik Tiles Style Underglaze Polychrome Decorated With Ornamental Ottoman Designs, Attributed To David Ohannessian, Jerusalem, Palestine, C.1920s.

  • An important & Early Large Ottoman Parcel-Gilt Silver Scribe’s Pen-Box And Ink-well (Divit),(مقلمة مع محبرة فضة عثمانية),Marked In Arabic Letters With The Tugrah OF Sultan Mustafa II(1106/1695-1115AH/1703AD.)&With The Makers Name Rumi (رومي ),Late17th C.

  • A Rare Ottoman Cylindrical Paper Mache Scribe’s Pen-Box (Kubur) With Silver Plated Brass Ink-well(مقلمة مع محبرة عثمانية من الورق السميك مغطى بالصدف ),Veneered With Rhombus Shaped Mother of Pearl,The Ottoman Provinces,Istanbul & Jerusalem,Late18th.Century

    The Arts of Islamic Calligraphy

  • Central Asian Art, A Rare Large Engraved Brass Aquamanile Ewer (Oftaba) With Curved Dragon- Like Handle, Probably Bukhara Or Kokand, Uzbekistan, Late 18th- Early 19th. Century.

  • Central Asian Ewer, A Monumental Engraved Brass Aquamanile Ewer (Oftaba) Encrusted With Turquoise Stones The Base Is Held By Mythical Creatures With Duck Heads, Made By The Master Mirza Baig (أستاذ ميرزا بيك) Dated 1197 AH 1782 AD Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

    Arts of Central-Asia

  • Zoroastrian Antiques, An Important (Parsi) Engraved Copper-Gilt Flattened Ewer With Half Moon (Crescent Shaped) Top Probably Used To Carry The Sacred Liquor (Haoma) Before The Sacred Fire At The Yasna Ritual, Bombay Or Zand Dynasty In Shiraz,India Or Iran

    Zoroastrian (Parsi) Art

  • Mughal Bronze Ewer, A Rare Cast Bronze Ribbed And Fluted Pear Shaped Body Ewer (Aftaba), With “S” Shaped Handle The Finials Are Decorated With Beautifully Sculptured Tigre And Makara Heads, The Northern Mughal Capitals, India, Circa 18th Century.

  • Deccani Bronze Ewer, A Rare Onion-Shaped Bulbous Ribbed And Fluted Body Brass Ewer (Aftaba), Deccan-India, Circa 16th Century.

    The Indian Ewer

  • Armenian Silver, An Exceptionally Fine Engraved Silver Panel Depicting The Battle Of Ani Took Place In 1042, Probably Was Made In The Lake Van Region (Vaspurakan) or Can be Attributed to the Armenian Master Odis Hakobian known as (Avo), Tehran-Iran, 20th. Century.

  • Armenian Silver, A Rare Repousse Silver Fragment Depicting A Seated King Holding A Mace, The Base Is Inscribed With The Armenian Name Translated to (Judah Or Huta) Probably Constantinople or Antelias-Lebonan or The Kingdom of Cilicia, 18th. Century or Ear

  • Antique Indian Silver, A Rare Octagonal Shaped Parcel-Gilt Silver Pandan Box And Container Probably For Betel With Engraved Scenes From The Ramayana, Probably Rajasthan, India, 18th Century Or Earlier.

    Arts of India

  • Malay Jewellery, An Exceptionally Rare Silver-Gilt Pendent Or Amulet Holder and Container Encrusted With Diamonds (Intan), Central Java, Indonesia, Circa 18th – 19th Century.

    Malay Silver

  • A Finely Engraved Deccani Bronze Ewer (Aftaba), The Handle Terminals are Sculptured with A Tigre & typical Deccani Style Makara Heads, Probably the Deccan-Central India, Circa 1700.

  • Persian Watered Steel Dagger, A Magnificent Wootz Steel Blade With Carved Walrus Ivory Handle Dagger, Signed By (عمل كمترين محمد علي) The Work Of The Master Mohamed Ali, Persia, Dated ربيع الاول سنه ( ١٢٥٤) 1245 AH. = 1838 AD.

    Persian Arms & Armour

  • Indian Art, A White Metal Zoomorphic Palanquin Pole Or Terminal End Cover, Depicting A Makara Head, Probably Maharashtra Or Karnataka, South-India, Circa 18th-19th Century.

    The Arts of India

  • Antique Indian Silver, An Important Historical Silver Scroll Container & A Royal Gift That Was Probably Presented To The Late Ruler Or The 6th Nizam Of Hyderabad (Asaf Jah VI Mir Mahboob Ali Khan Siddiqi) On The Occasion Of His Fortieth Birthday, Hyderabad, India

    Indian Royal Art

  • Indian Silver, A Fine Silver Jewel Casket (Zewar Ka Sanducqcha Or Sotavali Peti), Decorated With Probably Later Various Silver Hyderabad Coins, The Kingdom of Hyderabad, A Formal Princely State In India, The Box Was Probably Made In The 18th Early 19th Ce

  • Holy Land Art, A Rare Ottoman Carved Mother Of Pearl With Silver Mounts Writing Quill, Decorated With The Ottoman Crescent Starr Motif, Probably Jerusalem Or Bethlehem, Palestine, 19th Century.

  • Islamic Art From Spain, An Important Moroccan or Recycled Nasrid Dynasty Wooden Fragment Altered Into A Box, Probably Fez-Morocco or Granada-Andalusia-Spain, Probably 15th & 19th Century.

  • Islamic Art, An Extremely Rare Scraped (Muqashshat) Leather Wall Hanging (Hayti), Marrakesh, Morocco, Dated Circa 1796 AD.

    Arts of the Islamic World

  • Islamic Textiles, A Fine Moroccan Embroidered Circular Decorative Element Of Gilt Silver-Thread Embroidered On Red, Purple And Green Silk Velvet Lined On Leather Grounds, Probably Fez Or Rabat, Morocco, Circa 19th Century.

    Maghrebian Art

  • An Exceptionally Fine Carlo Bugatti Style Orientalist Ottoman Furniture Comprising A Pair Of Arm Chairs With Mashrabiya Open Woodwork And Dome Shaped Finial With Parcel-Gilt Crescent Decoration, Probably Italy Or France, Circa Late 19th Early 20th Century

    Islamic Furniture

  • An Exceptionally Rare And Important Dutch-Colonial Filigree Silver And Silver-Gilt Casket, Probably Batavia (Jakarta), Indonesia, Circa 1700 AD, (Batavian Silver).

    Colonial Art

  • An Indo-Portuguese Or Batavian Filigree Silver Mounted on Polished Orange Agate Stone Casket, Probably Goa – India, Or Batavia – Dutch East Indies, Circa 17th Century.

    Dutch Colonial Art

  • Sumatran Filigree Silver, Filigree Silver Lidded Round Box With Enamelled Silver Decoration, Padang-West Sumatra And Batavia (Jakarta), Dutch East Indies, Indonesia, Circa 1700.

  • An Indo-Portuguese Pierced & Enamelled Parcel-Gilt Silver Snuff Box, Probably Gujarat or Goa, India, Circa 17th Century.

    Indo-Portuguese Art

  • Lucknow Enamelled Gulabdan, A Rare Silver Parcel-Gilt And Enamelled Rosewater Sprinkler, The Container In The Form Of A Mango Fruit, The Nawab of Awadh, Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow, North India, Circa 18th Century.

  • Lucknow Enamelled Silver, An Exceptionally Rare Champleve Enamelled And Gilt Silver Betel Nut Box Or Pandan, Beautifully Decorated With Mughal Style Flowers, The Nawab of Awadh, Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow, North India, Early 18th Century

  • Lucknow Enamelled Silver, An Exceptionally Fine And Rare Enamelled And Gilt Silver With Translucent Agate Lid Snuff Box, Beautifully Decorated With Exotic Birds, The Nawab of Awadh, Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow, North India, Circa 18th Century.

    Enamelled Lucknow Silver

  • Indian silver, A Repousse Gilt Silver Betel Nut Box (Pandan), Probably Hyderabad, Central India and The Deccan, 18th Century.

  • Hindu Indian Silver, A Monumental Repousse Silver Charger Decorated With Hindu Scenes, Poona (Pune)- Maharashtra, India, Probably Late 19th Century.

  • Cingalo-Portuguese Art, A Rare Colonial Singhalese Or Cingalo-Portuguese Carved Coconut Box, Probably Kandy, Ceylon, Circa 17th-18th Century.

  • Mughal Silver, Large Parcel-Gilt Repousse Silver Footed Sugar Bowl With Cover, The Mughal Empire, Probably Bhuj-Kutch, Gujarat India, Circa 1800 AD.

  • Mughal Gold, A Magnificent Gold Mughal Huqqa Mouthpiece, North-India and the Mughal Capitals With European Influence, Probably Lucknow, Madras or Kutch, Circa Mid 19th Century, (Indian Gold).

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

  • Antique Indian Silver, An Exceptionally Rare Pierced Open-Work Silver Spittoon (Peekdaan or Thookadaan), Probably Golconda, Central-India, Circa 18th Century.

  • Antique Indian Silver, An Exceptionally Rare Parcel-Gilt Filigree Silver Spittoon (Peekdaan or Thookadaan), Hyderabad or Karimnagar, Deccan Sultanate, India, Circa 1700.

    Deccani Art

  • Indian Arms And Armour, A Beautiful and Important Parcel-Gilt Silver And Steel Elephant Head Shaped Axe (Bhuj-Kutti or Mujwali), North West-India And The Rajputs, Circa 18th -19th Century.

  • Hispano-Moresque Pottery, A Rare Four Hispano-Moresque Cuenca, or Zellige (Azulejo) Wall Pottery Tile Panel, Seville or Toledo, Spain or Morocco, 15th 16th Century.

    Andalusian Art

  • Lusterware Of Spain, A Rare Hispano-Moresque Lustre Pottery Charger, Valencia, Probably Manises, Spain, Circa 15th. Century.

  • Hispano-Moresque Lusterware, A Magnificent and Important Large Hispano- Moresque Lustre Pottery Charger, The Reverse Is Featuring A Crowned Eagle, Valencia, Manises, Spain, Circa First Half of the 15 Century.

    Hispano-Moresque Lusterware

  • Islamic Art, A Beautiful & Rare Painted And Lacquered Wooden Quran Stand (Kursi), Kashmir, India, Circa 19th Century.

  • Islamic Furniture for Reading, A Fine Ottoman Rosewood, Mother of Pearl, Tortoiseshell, Horn, Ebony and Thin Sliced Ivory Pieces, Overlaid on Wood Quran Stand (Kursi), Turkey, 18th. Century.

  • Islamic Art Related to Calligraphy, An Extremely Rare & Fine Ottoman Mother of Pearl, Tortoiseshell, Bone, Lead, Ebony, Thin Sliced & Stained Pieces of Ivory, Overlaid on Wood Scribe’s Pen Box & Archival Documents Container, Turkey, Circa 1700s. AD.

  • Damascus Tile, A Rare and beautiful Ottoman Tulip and Saz leaf Pattern Tile, Damascus, circa 1575-90, Syria.

    Damascus Tiles

  • Ottoman Art, A Fine Ottoman Silver, Iron, White Metal and Coral Gun Powder Flask, 18th -19th Century.

  • Sikh Arms & Armour, A Rare & Large Lacquered Leather Sikh Shield (Dhal), Decorated With Copper-Gilt Bosses & Crescent Probably The Punjab Province Lahore – Pakistan, Circa 18th Century.

    Indian Arms & Armour

  • SrI Lankan Arms and Armour, A Fine Parcel-Gilt Silver Sinhalese Short Sward (Kastane), Sri Lanka, Late 18th early 19th Century.

  • Mughal Dynasty Parcel-Gilt Silver Tiara or Head Ornament (Taj or Gan-ga-jamni), Lucknow, North India & The Mughal Capitals, Circa 1780

    Mughal Art

  • A Vienna Porcelain Collection Made For The Ottoman Wealthy Elite, Vienna, Austria Circa 1795 -1799

    Orientalist Art

  • Armenian Art, A Rare and Beautiful Armenian Repousse Silver Incense Burner, 18TH. -19TH. Century.

    Armenian Art

  • Malay Silver, A Rare Rectangular Footed Finely Engraved Silver Box Made For A Royal Subject South East Indes, Or Indonesia Circa 19th Century.