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Copper Lidded Ewer Northern India 16th-17th century

Copper Lidded Ewer Northern India century height: This copper lidded ewer is constructed in the Persian style but almost certainly is north Indian in origin.

Copper jug, hand-raised from a single sheet with tapering drum-shaped body, incurved shoulders and side seam hidden by handle. The neck added separately with square spout. The handle formed of a beaten copper strip attached to side of jug and riveted at base, the rounded grip splits at top into two arms riveted to rim. The lid attached with a separate strip of copper, curled into a spiral in the centre then split and folded down each side of the handle and secured with wire.

Antique Copper jug, hand-raised from a single sheet with tapering drum-shaped body, incurved shoulders and side seam hidden by handle.

Gold, enamel, gem set and diamond box, possibly Jaipur, Northern India, 19th century

Gold, Enamel, Gem Set, and Diamond Box.

Brass ewer with baluster-shaped body, bird finial on lid, handle and spout in the form of a lion's head.  16th  century  from  India.

Brass ewer with baluster-shaped body, bird finial on lid, handle and spout in the form of a lion's head.

Vase Date: 19th century Geography: India, Thanjavur Culture: Hindu Medium: Brass and copper Dimensions: H. 5 1/2 in. (14 cm) Diam. 5 in. (12.7 cm) Wt. 32.7 oz. (927.1 g) Classification: Metal Credit Line: Edward C. Moore Collection, Bequest of Edward C. Moore, 1891 Accession Number: 91.1.557

Vase Date: century Geography: India, Thanjavur Culture: Hindu Medium: Brass and copper Dimensions: H. g) Classification: Metal Credit Line: Edward C. Moore Collection, Bequest of Edward C.

AN INDIAN BRONZE PILGRIM FLASK   PROBABLY DECCAN, CENTRAL INDIA, 17TH CENTURY

AN INDIAN BRONZE PILGRIM FLASK PROBABLY DECCAN, CENTRAL INDIA, 17TH CENTURY

Ewer with animal-shaped spout, 15th century, Egypt

Islamic Mamluk Ewer with Animal Shaped Spout Century CE Egypt/Syria, Mamluk Sultanate, Abbasid Caliphate)

A BRASS EWER  NORTH INDIA OR DECCAN, 16TH/17TH CENTURY  Rising from trumpet foot with openwork lozenge lattice through rounded melon-fluted body and vertical neck with two pronounced bosses to slightly everted rim, scrolling handle with animal head terminal and remains of hinge for the now lacking lid and S-shaped spout with pronounced finial, minor bands of engraved palmette or geometric design, foot restored, handle repaired 14in. (37.6cm.) high

A BRASS EWER NORTH INDIA OR DECCAN, 16TH/17TH CENTURY Rising from trumpet foot with openwork lozenge lattice through rounded melon-fluted body and vertical neck with two pronounced bosses to slightly everted rim, scrolling handle with animal head terminal and remains of hinge for the now lacking lid and S-shaped spout with pronounced finial, minor bands of engraved palmette or geometric design, foot restored, handle repaired 14in. (37.6cm.) high

Antique 19th century Turkish Ottoman Empire Chased Copper Ibrik/Ewer C@EclecticMuseum eBay

Antique 19th century Turkish Ottoman Islamic Copper Ewer Ibrik

Antique 19th century Turkish Ottoman Empire Chased Copper Ibrik/Ewer C@EclecticMuseum eBay

Inkwell with Zodiac signs, Seljuq period (1040–1196), early 13th century Probably Iran Brass; cast, inlaid with silver, copper, and black compound

Inkwell with Zodiac signs, Seljuq period early century Probably Iran Brass; cast, inlaid with silver, copper, and black compound

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