An Ottoman Mirror with Cover, of a Typical Round Form, Decorated with Christian & Hunting Logos, 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.
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.
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.
Orientalist Furniture, An Ottoman Style Furniture Of The Aesthetic Movement Period Comprising A Large Inlaid Mother of Pearl (Sedef) and Marquetry Wood Work Displaying Cabinet With Back Mirrors, Probably England By Liberty & Company, Attributed to Leonard
Orientalist Furniture, A Fine And Rare Ottoman Style Furniture Of The Aesthetic Movement Period Comprising A Close Pair Displaying Cabinets, Probably England By Liberty & Company, Attributed to Leonard F. Wyburd, Circa Late 19th – Early 20th Century.
Orientalist Furniture, A Fine Ottoman Style Furniture Of The Aesthetic Movement Period Comprising A Three Folding Screen (Room Divider Or Partition),Probably England By Liberty & Company Attributed To Leonard F. Wyburd, Circa Late 19th – Early 20th Centu
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.
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.