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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.

  • An Important Large, Heavy Nielloed, Enamelled and Parcel-Gilt Silver Caucasian Footed Jewellery Casket, Dagestan-The Republic of Russia, or Kokand-Uzbekistan, Circa 19th. Century.

  • 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.

  • Colonial Hispano-South America, A Rare Polychrome Painted With Barniz De Pasto (Varnished Resin of Mopa-Mopa Tree) Domed Shape Wooden Chest With Iron Hinges & Padlock Hasp, Pasto-Colombia, 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.

  • Antique Indian Silver, A Rare Pair of Parcel-Gilt Casted and Chased Silver Aquamanile Style Scent or Liquid Containers In the Form of Seated Lions, Probably The Deccan in Central India, circa 18th-19th. Century.

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

  • A Silk & Silver-Thread Brocaded Leather Belt With 14 Compartments For Gunpowder Charges (Barutluk) or (Gazri) (حافظة بارود), The Ottoman Empire, Probably Turkey, Circa 18th. Century.

  • An Ottoman Silver Gun Powder Flask Holder, Commissioned For A Prominent Muslim Individual Beautifully Decorated With Filigree Silver Work With the Stylized Calligraphy Pattern With The Word of Ali, Probably Prizren or Trebizond (Trabzon)-Northeastern-Turkey, Late 18th.-Early 19th. 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 Large Repousse Silver Footed Basin, Attributed to The Shirazi Silversmith Master Mahmoud Shirazi (محمود شيرازي), Shiraz-Iran, Circa (1892) A.D.

  • A Pair of Articulated Pierced Brass Peacock shaped Incense Burners, The Qajar Dynasty Isfahan-Iran, Circa 1870-1880 AD.

  • 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.

  • Armenian Art in the Ottoman Empire, A Very Rare Silver Wire Inlaid on Ebonised Wood Hexagonal Shaped Coffee or Occasional Table Signed by A Potikian, Afyonkarahisar –Turkey, Circa 19th. Century.

  • Antique Islamic Furniture, A Rare Ottoman Mother Of Pearl, Horn and Bone Inlaid Table Cabinet, The Ottoman Provinces Probably Egypt Or Turkey, 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, A Fine Ottoman Tortoiseshell, Ivory, Bone, White Metal And Ebony Overlaid On Wood Calligrapher (Khattat) Box, Probably Turkey, Circa 1700.

  • Islamic Art, A Pair Of Unusual Ottoman Ivory, Mother Of Pearl And Horn Overlaid On Wood Double Shelved Turban Stands (Cavukluk), Probably Egypt Or Turkey Circa Late 18th Early 19th Century.

  • Orientalist Furniture, A Fine Ottoman Furniture Of Inlaid Mother of Pearl (Sedef) And Marquetry Wood Work Three-Pieces Seating Group, Probably England By Liberty & Company, Attributed To Leonard F. Wyburd, Circa Late 19th. Early 20th. Century.

  • Islamic Art, A Beautiful and Important Early Safavid Inscribed Carved Hardwood Beam Or Door Frame Fragment, Probably Mazanderan, North Iran, Dated 920 AH – 1514 AD.

  • 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.

  • A Rare Reed Document Holder engraved with scenes depicting an Ottoman Harbour, Made by Elhaj, Algeria, Before 1876 A.D.

  • Ottoman Art, A Rare Ottoman Gourd Attributed to Master Ben Elhaj, Algeria, 2nd Half of 19th Century

  • An Extremely Rare Early Qajar Carved, Engraved, Inscribed and Polychromed Wooden Footed Donation Bowl (Kashkul), Probably Abada, Iran, 1800-1850 AD.