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  • Description

    Akbar Gold Mohur, Dar-ul- Khilafat Agra Mint, Kalima on obv. within curved quatrefoil (KM 106.1). Extremely Fine, Rare.

    Circa : AH 981

    Gross weight 11.02 gms

    Estimate

    Rs. 80,000 - 1,20,000

Lot 61 AN AKBAR GOLD COIN

₹ 3,07,446
(Inclusive 15% margin)
  • Description

    Umaid Singh Gold Mohur, with the name of George V, Om in Nagari as a daroga mark above Persian numeral 5 signifying George V on obv., Shri Mataji and sword on rev (J.Lingen J.15.01). Very Fine+.

    Circa : 1325 - 1351 AD

    Gross weight 11 gms

    Estimate

    Rs. 60,000 - 80,000

Lot 62 AN UMAID SINGH GOLD COIN

₹ 73,471
(Inclusive 15% margin)
  • Description

    Muhammad III bin Tughluq Gold Tanka, Baldat Qutbabad Mint, al-sa’id legend (G&G D321). Extremely Fine, Rare.

    Circa : 1325 - 1351 AD

    Gross weight 10.98 gms

    Estimate

    Rs. 80,000 - 1,20,000

  • Description

    Akbar Silver Rupee, Ahmedabad mint, AH 987, Kalina type, mint name at the bottom. Shah Jahan, Surat mint, AH 1059. Aurangzeb, Akbarabad, AH 1139, (km 821, 300.24 & 300.15) very fine .

    Circa : AH 987

    Estimate

    Rs. 6,000 - 8,000

  • Description

    Great Britain, Victoria Queen, Gold 2 Pounds, Jubilee head, St. George slaying a dragon on rev., (KM 768). Extremely Fine, Rare.

    Circa : 1887

    Gross weight 15.88 gms

    Estimate

    Rs. 80,000 - 1,20,000

  • Description

    British India. Mint Error Rupee, ND (1911-1936). As type KM-524. George V. Mirror bockage on reverse mint error. NGC graded Extremely Fine, Details (Surface Hairlines).

    -

    Estimate

    Rs. 10,000 - 15,000

Lot 66 A PAIR OF GEORGE V SILVER COINS

₹ 17,927
(Inclusive 15% margin)
  • Description

    Each of these large granite slabs, portrays the sculpted figure of a Dwarapalaka, elegantly poised, standing along with a small figure beside it. The figures are wonderfully sculpted in high relief, exuding a powerful look. The Cholas ruled from the 9th to the 13th Century. They were powerful and were true lovers of art and they built huge temples that boast of the most awe inspiring and wonderful sculptural work, unsurpassed till today. The main entrance to these temples had a Dwarapalaka on each side of the doorway.

    These Dwarapalakas are seen standing with a slight bend of the hip. They were definitely shown carrying some sort of a weapon in their hand, maybe a gada, not visible now. As usual, the figures are crowned with the typical fine Chola work. The jewelry that they wore is ornate, comprising multiple necklaces, armbands and anklets. The upper-body is bare and the lower vestment is dhoti, which is beautifully draped around their sturdy legs in fine folds. This is held at the waist by thick and orante belt or band.

    Both these Dwarpalas are strong and sturdy. The figures next to each of them act as comparison to their heights. Dwarapalas are placed on either side of the doors of temples to ward off evil and also as a warning to those with bad intentions. Rarely can one come across such a wonderful pair of Chola dwarapalas.

    30 x 21.2 & 32.2 x 22 in<br>Circa : 12th century

    Estimate

    Rs. 8,00,000 - 12,00,000

Lot 67 A PAIR OF STONE DWARAPALA

₹ 8,90,560
(Inclusive 15% margin)
  • Description

    South India
    Wood

    Circa 19th century

    17 x 7.6 in

    Estimate

    Rs. 1,50,000 - 3,00,000

  • Description

    South India
    wood

    Circa : 19th century

    16 x 7.6 in

    Estimate

    Rs. 1,20,000 - 3,00,000

  • Description

    South India
    wood

    Circa : 19th century

    18 x 16.5 in

    Estimate

    Rs. 1,50,000 - 3,00,000

  • Description

    South India
    wood

    Circa : 19th century

    14 x 23 in

    Estimate

    Rs. 1,50,000 - 3,00,000

  • Description

    This long wool shawl was hand woven using the special 'kanni' technique, where toothpick like sticks with thread wrapped around them were used to create the pattern. These minute sticks are passed through finely woven Pashmina wool shawls - a process that is painstakingly long. Sometimes, weavers are barely able to complete a square inch of a shawl in a day’s work, which results in a very limited output, making these shawls extremely precious. It is said that some of the 'kanni' shawls that were woven for the royal courts could even take a decade to be completed. It is also believed that because of the detail and minute work in these shawls the weavers could make only 2 shawls in their life as there after their eyesight would not be strong enough to work on these shawls any more, thus making them extremely exclusive.

    This is piece is executed predominantly in reds with the central in two colours.

    132 x 64 in

    Estimate

    Rs. 80,000 - 1,20,000

Lot 72 A KANNI JAMEWAR LONG SHAWL

₹ 1,90,899
(Inclusive 15% margin)
  • Description

    This is piece is executed predominantly in reds. The colours in this shawl are extremely vibrant and stunning, giving it a look of Royalty, hand made in wool.

    84 x 34 in

    Estimate

    Rs. 60,000 - 80,000

Lot 73 A FRENCH PAISLEY JAMEWAR SHAWL

₹ 1,18,328
(Inclusive 15% margin)
  • Description

    This piece is unique because of its unusual color palette, it has green, peaches, sky blue and pink with hints of several other colours.

    This shawl is hand embroidery with a papier mache design and is a signature design amongst the north Indian royal styles.

    83 x 34 in

    Estimate

    Rs. 50,000 - 80,000

Lot 74 A KASHMIRI PASHMINA SHAWL

₹ 2,81,331
(Inclusive 15% margin)
  • Description

    This long wool shawl was hand woven using the special 'kanni' technique, where toothpick like sticks with thread wrapped around them were used to create the pattern. These minute sticks are passed through finely woven Pashmina wool shawls - a process that is painstakingly long. Sometimes, weavers are barely able to complete a square inch of a shawl in a day’s work, which results in a very limited output, making these shawls extremely precious. It is said that some of the 'kanni' shawls that were woven for the royal courts could even take a decade to be completed. It is also believed that because of the detail and minute work in these shawls the weavers could make only 2 shawls in their life as there after their eyesight would not be strong enough to work on these shawls any more, thus making them extremely exclusive.

    Circa : Late 19th century

    130 x 63 in

    Estimate

    Rs. 80,000 - 1,20,000

Lot 75 A KANNI JAMEWAR LONG SHAWL

₹ 2,09,989
(Inclusive 15% margin)
  • Description

    This long wool shawl was hand woven using the special 'kanni' technique, where toothpick like sticks with thread wrapped around them were used to create the pattern. These minute sticks are passed through finely woven Pashmina wool shawls - a process that is painstakingly long. Sometimes, weavers are barely able to complete a square inch of a shawl in a day’s work, which results in a very limited output, making these shawls extremely precious. It is said that some of the 'kanni' shawls that were woven for the royal courts could even take a decade to be completed. It is also believed that because of the detail and minute work in these shawls the weavers could make only 2 shawls in their life as there after their eyesight would not be strong enough to work on these shawls any more, thus making them extremely exclusive.

    Circa : Late 19th century

    124 x 60 in

    Estimate

    Rs. 80,000 - 1,20,000

Lot 76 A KANNI JAMEWAR LONG SHAWL

₹ 1,57,767
(Inclusive 15% margin)
  • Description

    This beautiful north Indian carpet was made with a modern design. Mostly from Jaipur or Kashmir and is made with the traditional bhukara design also known as elephant feet. It is hand made and hand knotted (350 knots per square inch), made from pure wool.

    99 x 133 in

    Estimate

    Rs. 80,000 - 1,20,000

Lot 77 A NORTH INDIAN CARPET

₹ 1,07,757
(Inclusive 15% margin)
  • Description

    These beautiful kashan design carpets are hand made and hand knotted (450 knots per square inch), made from high quality wool.

    75 x 50 in

    Estimate

    Rs. 1,00,000 - 1,50,000

Lot 78 A PAIR OF KASHMIRI CARPETS

₹ 1,11,320
(Inclusive 15% margin)
  • Description

    This is a good quality hand made and hand knotted (300 knots per square inch) woolen carpet with a design of a chandelier in the center on a red backdrop with flowers across the borders.

    51 x 31 in

    Estimate

    Rs. 20,000 - 50,000

Lot 79 A NORTH INDIAN CARPET

₹ 32,598
(Inclusive 15% margin)
  • Description

    This is a beautiful Dhari from Afghanistan made in a traditional design from wool.

    107 x 75 in

    Estimate

    Rs. 50,000 - 80,000