Chandeliers Punjab Rule By Maharaja Ranjit Singh
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...
A SERIES OF 29 PAINTINGS BY A NATIVE ARTIST OF BANGALORE
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
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.
A RARE COLLECTION OF CARVED & STAINED IVORY FRUIT, VEGETABLES & SPICES
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
Rare Early 19th Century Anglo Indian Amboyna & Ebony Tilt-Top Dining 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
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
GEORGE GORDON & CO, MADRAS
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