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  • Description

    The design pattern in all the units reflects the seminal iconography of Kutch silverware. The trays have scenic pictorial depictions of dense hinterlands with the presence of humans and animals etched with finesse. The larger tray has handles and the outer boundaries of both the trays have a floral design flow which circumvents with smooth precision. The outer body of the box has elegant repousse work while the concealed interior has been smoothly flattened rendering it with an iridescent shimmer. A detailed lion figure adorns the top frontal perspective, imbibing the box with a regal and authoritative persona.

    Size : 1.5 x 19 x 12.5 in and smaller
    Gross Weight : 2434 grams

    Circa Mid 20th century

    Estimate

    Rs. 1,25,000 - 1,75,000

  • Description

    The design ergonomics of this silver Burmese box fuses figures of warriors and conquerors embalmed in their moment of glory. The descending narrative flow of the box is embossed with tales of battle. The sheer momentum of narration is elevating and depicts with precision the gore of battle and the exaltation of the victor. The characters depicted have features of the demography of the Orient that pleases the discerning eyes of the viewer. The lid of the box has a finely crafted figure of a man standing with poise. Exuberating a potent velocity of acquired combat discipline, the character dramatically emphases it’s utility as a repository of treasure which is safeguarded by the Zen warrior.

    Size :17 x 8 x 8 in
    Gross Weight : 1821 grams

    Circa Early 20th century

    Estimate

    Rs. 1,70,000 - 2,20,000

  • Description

    The design ergonomics of this silver Burmese box fuses figures of warriors and conquerors embalmed in their moment of glory. The descending narrative flow of the box is embossed with tales of battle. The sheer momentum of narration is elevating and depicts with precision the gore of battle and the exaltation of the victor. The characters depicted have features of the demography of the Orient that pleases the discerning eyes of the viewer. The lid of the box has a finely crafted figure of a man standing with poise. Exuberating a potent velocity of acquired combat discipline, the character dramatically emphases it’s utility as a repository of treasure which is safeguarded by the Zen warrior.

    Size :17 x 8 x 8 in
    Gross Weight : 1821 grams

    Circa Early 20th century

    Estimate

    Rs. 1,70,000 - 2,20,000

  • Description

    The design ergonomics of this silver Burmese box fuses figures of warriors and conquerors embalmed in their moment of glory. The descending narrative flow of the box is embossed with tales of battle. The sheer momentum of narration is elevating and depicts with precision the gore of battle and the exaltation of the victor. The characters depicted have features of the demography of the Orient that pleases the discerning eyes of the viewer. The lid of the box has a finely crafted figure of a man standing with poise. Exuberating a potent velocity of acquired combat discipline, the character dramatically emphases it’s utility as a repository of treasure which is safeguarded by the Zen warrior.

    Size :17 x 8 x 8 in
    Gross Weight : 1821 grams

    Circa Early 20th century

    Estimate

    Rs. 1,70,000 - 2,20,000

Lot 42 A SILVER VERTICAL BURMESE BOX

₹ 4,46,225
(Inclusive 15% margin)
  • Description

    An indigenous Silver Burmese box engraved with depictions of folktales of Burma. Motifs adopted in this work symbolically represent the craftsmanship of Burmese silversmiths.

    This lot illustrates the methodology adopted by Burmese artisans and the design layout depicted on the frontal strip has been executed in repousse technique. The principal pictorial scene depicts characters captured in elegant postures. The depictions are embossed in high-relief, creating a dramatic effect. Character figures are given textural and facial features through chasing technique. The floral pattern on the frieze imbibes this lot with seamless visual identity. The bottom band is simplistic, and thus serves as a firm foundation upon which the patterns sprout. The highlight of the box is the lid, which depicts incise characters with definitive attributes of royalty. The chief protagonist is depicted seated in his court with a defined countenance of authority being entertained by danseuse nymphs.

    Size : 7 x 9 x 7.5 in
    Gross Weight : 1261 grams

    Circa Early 20th century

    Estimate

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

  • Description

    An indigenous Silver Burmese box engraved with depictions of folktales of Burma. Motifs adopted in this work symbolically represent the craftsmanship of Burmese silversmiths.

    This lot illustrates the methodology adopted by Burmese artisans and the design layout depicted on the frontal strip has been executed in repousse technique. The principal pictorial scene depicts characters captured in elegant postures. The depictions are embossed in high-relief, creating a dramatic effect. Character figures are given textural and facial features through chasing technique. The floral pattern on the frieze imbibes this lot with seamless visual identity. The bottom band is simplistic, and thus serves as a firm foundation upon which the patterns sprout. The highlight of the box is the lid, which depicts incise characters with definitive attributes of royalty. The chief protagonist is depicted seated in his court with a defined countenance of authority being entertained by danseuse nymphs.

    Size : 7 x 9 x 7.5 in
    Gross Weight : 1261 grams

    Circa Early 20th century

    Estimate

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

  • Description

    An indigenous Silver Burmese box engraved with depictions of folktales of Burma. Motifs adopted in this work symbolically represent the craftsmanship of Burmese silversmiths.

    This lot illustrates the methodology adopted by Burmese artisans and the design layout depicted on the frontal strip has been executed in repousse technique. The principal pictorial scene depicts characters captured in elegant postures. The depictions are embossed in high-relief, creating a dramatic effect. Character figures are given textural and facial features through chasing technique. The floral pattern on the frieze imbibes this lot with seamless visual identity. The bottom band is simplistic, and thus serves as a firm foundation upon which the patterns sprout. The highlight of the box is the lid, which depicts incise characters with definitive attributes of royalty. The chief protagonist is depicted seated in his court with a defined countenance of authority being entertained by danseuse nymphs.

    Size : 7 x 9 x 7.5 in
    Gross Weight : 1261 grams

    Circa Early 20th century

    Estimate

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

Lot 43 A SILVER BURMESE BOX

₹ 3,28,109
(Inclusive 15% margin)
  • Description

    This silver bowl from Kutch has an indefinite aristocratic presence. Traction-less chased floral design adorns the base upwards. The curvature of the frieze section, is complimented by the precise repousse technique implemented to emboss the elaborate design element of this piece.

    Size : 27.3 x 7.75 x 7.75 in
    Gross Weight : 851 grams

    Circa Early 20th century

    Estimate

    Rs. 45,000 - 65,000

Lot 44 A SILVER KUTCH BOWL

₹ 1,34,225
(Inclusive 15% margin)
  • Description

    Kutch silver is distinguished by its closely worked foliate, repoussé and chased design. This silver box displays the chief attributes of Kutch silverware. The lion in pursuit of its prey is depicted with sheer momentum. The deities standing guard on the four corners, along with detailed intricacies imbibe this piece with an embellished finish.

    Size : 13 x 16.5 x 8 in
    Gross Weight : 4055 grams

    Circa 19th century

    Estimate

    Rs. 4,25,000 - 5,25,000

Lot 45 A SILVER KUTCH BOX

₹ 4,73,110
(Inclusive 15% margin)
  • Description

    This pandan has been executed in the shape of a boathouse. The deck can be partially raised since one side is hinged. Once the lid is raised the underlying cylindrical compartments with silver spoons are revelaed. The frieze has a smooth inlay of Kashmiri patterns and the boathouse itself is synonymous with the tranquil vibrations of Kashmir.

    Size : 5.5 x 13.5 x 4.5 in
    Gross Weight : 1344 grams

    Circa Early 20th century

    Estimate

    Rs. 80,000 - 1,20,000

  • Description

    This pandan has been executed in the shape of a boathouse. The deck can be partially raised since one side is hinged. Once the lid is raised the underlying cylindrical compartments with silver spoons are revelaed. The frieze has a smooth inlay of Kashmiri patterns and the boathouse itself is synonymous with the tranquil vibrations of Kashmir.

    Size : 5.5 x 13.5 x 4.5 in
    Gross Weight : 1344 grams

    Circa Early 20th century

    Estimate

    Rs. 80,000 - 1,20,000

  • Description

    This pandan has been executed in the shape of a boathouse. The deck can be partially raised since one side is hinged. Once the lid is raised the underlying cylindrical compartments with silver spoons are revelaed. The frieze has a smooth inlay of Kashmiri patterns and the boathouse itself is synonymous with the tranquil vibrations of Kashmir.

    Size : 5.5 x 13.5 x 4.5 in
    Gross Weight : 1344 grams

    Circa Early 20th century

    Estimate

    Rs. 80,000 - 1,20,000

Lot 46 A SILVER KASHMIRI PANDAN

₹ 2,30,984
(Inclusive 15% margin)
  • Description

    An elegant Indian silver tea set, comprising of three units, a kettle, creamer and sugar bowl.

    This vintage Indian tea set is moulded in globular form, while the units have been densely chased with intricately executed ferns and flowers against a matted ground. Hinged firmly with cobra handles and gilt interiors, this tea set reclines with a tilt owing to its Kang technique provenance, which reflects influence of the Orient.

    Size : 5 x 7.5 x 4 in and
    smaller
    Gross Weight : 824 grams

    Circa 19th century

    Estimate

    Rs. 80,000 - 1,20,000

  • Description

    This vintage kettle has been chased with a smooth design pattern. The regal appeal of the kettle is attributed to the Victorian iconography adopted. The floral repousse expression is offset by amalgamating gothic iconography. The vertical facet of the kettle has a sprawling floral presence, whereas the base of the pout depicts a ferocious countenance. The pinnacle of the kettle has a preached eagle mounted with finesse.

    Size : 10 x 8.75 x 5 in
    Gross Weight : 935 grams

    Circa Early 20th century

    Estimate

    Rs. 1,20,000 - 1,60,000

Lot 48 A HALLMARKED VICTORIAN STYLE KETTLE

₹ 1,46,942
(Inclusive 15% margin)
  • Description

    Tea set comprising of a kettle, jug, creamer and sugar bowl. Engraved hallmark trace the maker as F Hawker from Birmingham. Delicately chased layout of a sprawling floral pattern is continuous on all the units.

    Size : 9.5 x 10 x 6 in and smaller
    Gross Weight : 2442 grams

    Circa Mid 20th century

    Estimate

    Rs. 2,80,000 - 3,20,000

Lot 49 A HALLMARK SILVER TEA SET

₹ 3,42,866
(Inclusive 15% margin)
  • Description

    The exquisite floral pattern of this pandan reflects traits of Persian influence.This pandan has compartments allotted to store various condiments such as, the betel nut and other spices that are used to prepare a chewing betel leaf or Paan. Furthermore it has a frontal hasp and staple mechanism which clasps onto a small padlock. The octagonal shape of this pandan clarifies its evolved stature in comparison to the nascent design of a pandan.

    Size : 3.5 x 6.5 x 4.75 in
    Gross Weight : 1051 grams

    Circa Mid 20th century

    Estimate

    Rs. 60,000 - 80,000

  • Description

    The exquisite floral pattern of this pandan reflects traits of Persian influence.This pandan has compartments allotted to store various condiments such as, the betel nut and other spices that are used to prepare a chewing betel leaf or Paan. Furthermore it has a frontal hasp and staple mechanism which clasps onto a small padlock. The octagonal shape of this pandan clarifies its evolved stature in comparison to the nascent design of a pandan.

    Size : 3.5 x 6.5 x 4.75 in
    Gross Weight : 1051 grams

    Circa Mid 20th century

    Estimate

    Rs. 60,000 - 80,000

  • Description

    The exquisite floral pattern of this pandan reflects traits of Persian influence.This pandan has compartments allotted to store various condiments such as, the betel nut and other spices that are used to prepare a chewing betel leaf or Paan. Furthermore it has a frontal hasp and staple mechanism which clasps onto a small padlock. The octagonal shape of this pandan clarifies its evolved stature in comparison to the nascent design of a pandan.

    Size : 3.5 x 6.5 x 4.75 in
    Gross Weight : 1051 grams

    Circa Mid 20th century

    Estimate

    Rs. 60,000 - 80,000

Lot 50 A SILVER MUGHAL PANDAN

₹ 1,18,328
(Inclusive 15% margin)