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A MUGHAL CARVED EMERALD FLASK WITH STOPPER, INDIA, CIRCA 18TH CENTURY the body of faceted hexagonal form, cut and carved on each face with a floral stem, the stopper carved with eight stylised leaves and a star design to the top

A Mughal carved emerald flask with stopper, India, circa century. The body of faceted hexagonal form, cut and carved on each face with a floral stem, the stopper carved with eight stylised leaves and a star design to the top.

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jade, decorated with gold , typically inset with 9 different gems, and 5 drop shaped emerald pendants.

A GEM-SET JADE HILT AND TWO SCABBARD MOUNTS   INDIA, 19TH CENTURY OR LATER   The hilt of pistol shape with rounded quillons, the two scabbard mounts of typical shape, the gold inlaid decoration with a lattice of trefoil palmettes set with foiled rubies overall, a long palmette along the pommel, the hilt inlaid with a band of emeralds above the quillon, minor loss to hilt, small restoration to the upper scabbard mount

A GEM-SET JADE HILT AND TWO SCABBARD MOUNTS INDIA, 19TH CENTURY OR LATER The hilt of pistol shape with rounded quillons, the two scabbard mounts of typical shape, the gold inlaid decoration with a lattice of trefoil palmettes set with foiled rubies overall, a long palmette along the pommel, the hilt inlaid with a band of emeralds above the quillon, minor loss to hilt, small restoration to the upper scabbard mount

Detail: A diamond-inset and enamelled bowl and stand. Deccan or Mughal India, late 18th century.

Indian Maharajas Royal Jewels - Detail: A diamond-inset and enamelled bowl and stand. Deccan or Mughal India, late century.

Flask, 17th century. India. Great Mogul Dynasty. Gold, silver, rubies, emeralds and pearl.  This was presented by the ambassadorial mission of the Iranian ruler Nadir-Shah to the Russian Imperial Court, 1741 AD.

Great Mogul Dynasty Gold, silver, rubies, emeralds and pearl Source of Entry: presented by the ambassadorial mission of Iranian ruler Nadir-Shah to the Russian Imperial Court, 1741

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