Central Asian Art, A Rare Large Engraved Brass Aquamanile Ewer (Oftaba) With Curved Dragon- Like Handle The Mythical Creature Grasping The Body Of The Ewer With It’s Mouth Wide Open, Probably Bukhara Or Kokand, Uzbekistan, Late 18th- Early 19th. Century.

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Central Asian Art, A Rare Large Engraved Brass Aquamanile Ewer (Oftaba) With Curved Dragon- Like Handle The Mythical Creature Grasping The Body Of The Ewer With It’s Mouth Wide Open, Probably Bukhara Or Kokand, Uzbekistan, Late 18th- Early 19th. Century.

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References:-


Exploring Centre Asia, Volume Two, The Carlsberg Foundation’s Nomad Research Project, Esther Fihl, Rhodos, For Similar Ewers Please see lots 343 & 337 illustrated on pages 534 & 535.

Uzbekistan Heirs Of The Silk Road, Edited By Johannes Kalter And Margareta Pavaloi, Thames Hudson, Printed in Germany. Please see a similar ewer lot No. 647 catalogued on page 318.

A Song In Metal, Folk Art Of Uzbekistan, Tashkent Gafur Gulyam Art and Publishers, 1986, B. Krenko, Please see a similar ewer lot No. 65 & 61 illustrated in page 93 & 90.
  • Identification Number: 434


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