Chandeliers Punjab Rule By Maharaja Ranjit Singh

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A Pair of Teak Trunks
A rare pair of brass-bound teak campaign trunks, thickly sawn solid teak with steel screwed brass straps and corner pieces, black painted iron stra...
A Rare Visakhapatnam Table Chest of Drawers.
This historic city on the East Coast of India is known for its fine and decorative furniture. Pieces made for the home market rather than for expo...
John Bly
A fine Pesh-Kabz Dagger
The upward curved Wootz blade of this dagger has a pronounced T spine along the length of the blade, the blade terminates with a slight bulge to re...
Nicholas Wells Antiques Ltd
Carved Bone Label or Badge
Inscribed with - S. Williamson Senimora and the Bengali script - ‘Shrijut uliamson sahib, ku I senimara’, which translates into Mr. Williamson,...
Duncan J. Baggott
A Indian Katar Dagger
A fine indian Katar dagger, the double-edged watered-steel blade of typical form with reinforced tip and raised medial ridge.
Nicholas Wells Antiques Ltd
A Green Turban Gun Powder Horn
A fine 'Green Turban' shell powder flask. A rare and highly sought model of Indian powder flask, the oversized nautilus shell with panels of mother...
Nicholas Wells Antiques Ltd
Model Boat of the Indian Ocean
A fine 19th century model of a boat from the Indian Ocean, built from wood and well detailed throughout, especially apparent in the carving of the ...
Anglo Indian sewing casket
A beautiful Anglo-Indian ivory Vizagapatam sarcophagus shaped sewing box, the top with a sunburst section with a horn and incised ivory finial, all...
Richard Gardner Antiques
Elk Horn Lap Desk
Early 19th century lap desk, bleached elk horn with an interior of sandalwood with black horn edging. Indian, Vizagapatam. Circa 1830.
A Indian silver gilt Bracelet
A 19th century Inidan silver gilt bracelet in the form of a double headed serpent with ruby eyes, the hinged bracelet finely chased and detailed an...
Nicholas Wells Antiques Ltd
A very fine and charming rare early 19th century Vizagapatam ivory and penwork sewing box in the form of a colonial house. The rood opening to reve...
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Mackinnon - Fine Furniture
Pair of Rare Georgian British India Colonial Salt and Pepper Shakers
A pair of very rare British Colonial salt and pepper shakers dating from 1812-1820 by Hamilton and Co. Hallmarked for Calcutta with the Indian Elep...
Raymond Horneman
A Moghul ivory handled khard
Ivory clad handle heavy gold kofgari, Damascus steel blade.
Nicholas Wells Antiques Ltd
Cast Brass & Steel Betal Nut Cutter
The steel blade with engraved decoration and of guillotine form, the cutter is spring loaded and has a locking catch in the form of a stylised huma...
Duncan J. Baggott
One silver jug
Modeled in the form of a bird, the top half of the head functioning as a hinged lid, the handle in the form of a mythical creature
Mayfair Gallery Ltd.
Erotic Indian Wood Carving
Erotic Indian Wood Carving
Gerard Robinson Fine Art & Antiques
A collection of 29 paintings representing the castes, costumes and trade of traditional figures, with English inscriptions. Watercolour and gouac...
Anthony Outred Ltd
A Rare Pair of Anglo-Indian Watercolours of a Squid and a Ray
A rare pair of early nineteenth century Anglo-Indian watercolours of a squid and a ray
Tarquin Bilgen
Rare Regency Anglo Indian padouk open wine cooler
Rare Regency Anglo Indian padouk open wine cooler of sarcophagus form and lovely proportions. With moulded edge and tapering canted corners, suppo...
Gary Wright Antiques Ltd
A 19th century Goan painted table
A mid 19th century colonial Goan painted tripod table with circular top over fluted central column with central banding over trioform base, capped ...
James McWhirter Antiques
Excellent quality Anglo Indian padouk pedestal sideboard
A mid 19th century excellent quality Anglo Indian padouk inverted breakfront pedestal sideboard of superb patina (colour) from Bombay or Southern I...
LVS Decorative Arts Ltd.
Indian Colonial Pap Boat
An Indian Colonial Pap Boat with gadrooned edge, circa 1830,the marks unidentified. Engraved 'Amelia Wilson' on the side of the body.
Peter Cameron
A Solid Silver Indian Mughal Spice Box
A fine octagonal Mughal silver spice box, opening to a fitted interior with spice compartments. The exterior plainly decorated and fitted with a sw...
Nicholas Wells Antiques Ltd
Anglo Indian Tea Caddy
Anglo Indian Tea Caddy Circa 1850
Gerard Robinson Fine Art & Antiques
Goanese Ivory Carving
Goanese Ivory carving with a wonderful patina. Dating back to the late 18th to early 19th Century. Important, Due to the strict exporting rules of...
Gerard Robinson Fine Art & Antiques
Set of Four Regency Period Elbow Chairs
A fine set of four Regency period Anglo-Indian teak elbow chairs. The finely carved back sections with elaborate scrolls and foliage on well-turned...
Windsor House Antiques Ltd
Thirty three labelled and identified botanical specimens individually housed in numbered compartments in an English box, including an index list, s...
Anthony Outred Ltd
George III Colonial Padouk Centre Table With Cross Banding
This very handsome George III Colonial Padouk tilt top centre table features a cross banded border of satinwood and Coromandel, with an inlaid Rose...
Thomas Crabb Antiques
Goanese Ivory Carving
Early 19th Century Goanese Ivory Carving. This has a wonderful patina and is mounted on a wooden base. Important, Due to the strict exporting rule...
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Gerard Robinson Fine Art & Antiques
Ivory Vizagapatam Tea Chest
Anglo Indian Ivory Vizagapatam Tea Chest with engraved & lac filled decoration of colonial houses bordered by flowing floral patterns, stands on br...
Hampton Antiques
A Pair of 19th Century Colonial Armchairs
A pair of early 19th century Colonial rattan open armchairs, the backs with turned decoration, the swept arms terminating in sabre legs. Prior t...
Timothy Langston
A fine example of a mid 19th century Anglo-Indian rosewood cabinet on chest, of campaign form, made in three parts, all in solid rosewood, of parti...
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Mackinnon - Fine Furniture
Ivory Carved Crucifix
18th Century Ivory Carved Crucifix from Goa. Important, Due to the strict exporting rules of Ivory this item is only available for the UK.
Gerard Robinson Fine Art & Antiques
A Vizagapatam ivory Tea caddy
A vizagapatam ivory Tea-caddy, with a hinged lid, engraved and decorated with oval panels containing buildings and with floral borders
Kenneth Neame Ltd
Anglo Indian Oval Tea Chest
Extremely rare Oval Anglo Indian Tea Chest made of solid Rosewood ...
Hampton Antiques
Indo-Portuguese Goa Carved Ivory of the Madonna
A Fine Indo-Portuguese Goa Carved Ivory of the Madonna as ‘Our Lady of Conception’ Holding the Christ Child Standing on the Horns of a Crescent...
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Finch & Co
Goanese Religious Ivory Carving
Goanese Religious Ivory Carving of a religious person on a wooden plinth. Important, Due to the strict exporting rules of Ivory this item is only...
Gerard Robinson Fine Art & Antiques
An Antique Vizagapatam Games Table
Constructed in sandalwood, and engraved ivory in the manner of Vizagapatam work; rising from a extensively carved quadripartite incurved claw foote...
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A fine and unusual double leaf Indian door
Coffered door frame with wrought iron fittings; door panels with finely painted elephant, tiger hunting and court scenes
Mayfair Gallery Ltd.
Rare Early 19th Century Anglo Indian Amboyna & Ebony Tilt-Top Centre Table
The large rectangular top with amboyna book-matched veneers is crossbanded with ivory and solid ebony borders. The tilt-top sits on the original sa...
Freshfords Fine Antiques
A candlestick in the form of a seated griffin
MURSHIDIBAD, ANGLO-INDIAN, LATE 18TH CENTURY Comparative literature: - Masterpieces of English furniture, the Gerstenfeld collection, E. Lennox...
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Daniel Katz Ltd
A Flying Fish , India Company School 1823
This finely drawn watercolour of a Flying fish was painted by an Indian artist. The British in India and the East Indies during the 18th and early ...
Hurlingham Fine Arts
ROBERT HOME (1752-1834)
An important portrait of Mordaunt Ricketts, resident at Lucknow 1822-30
wearing a jewelled miniature of Ghazi-Ud-Din Haidar, King of Oudh (1819-1827) Born in London 5 June 1786, Ricketts was employed with the Ben...
Ellison Fine Art
19th Century Brittish Colonial Silver Marrow Scoop 'One Up - One Down'
An unusual 19th century British Colonial silver Marrow Scoop of plain form with flared central stem and unusually, one bowl facing up and the other...
Steppes Hill Farm Antiques
19th Century Anglo-Indian Sadeli Mosaic Dressing Case
A 'sadeli' mosaic fitted workbox – a sewing box and a writing case, veneered with a hexagonal mosaic of ivory, wood, tin, and stained horn on a s...
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Thomas Coulborn & Sons