Contador indo-portuguÃªs. Mogul. - Galeria de Arte e Antiguidades Lisboa - Arte asiÃ¡tica, arte islÃ¢mica, arte colonial PortuguÃªs, Armas antigas - Marcos & Marcos
Box Place of origin:St. Petersburg, Russia (made) Artist/Maker:Fabergé Materials and Techniques:Varicoloured gold with enamels and brilliant-cut diamonds
Description: A FINE INDO-PORTUGUESE TORTOISESHELL AND IVORY-VENEERED FALL-FRONT CABINET NORTH-WESTERN INDIA, 17TH CENTURY Of rectangular form, the decoration to each side, front and back arranged around a central gilt-foiled tortoiseshell panel, bordered with bands of ivory and possibly ebony micro-mosaic interlocking to form polygons, each side framed with bands of triangular panels of mother-of-pearl the front. (28 x 44.7 x 31.8cm.)
Korea: A Mother-of-Pearl Inlaid 'Floral Vine' Lacquer Box and Cover, Korean, Choson Dynasty, century.
Having belonged to King Dom Fernando of Portugal, is now up for sale again (Arts of the Islamic World, 24 April GBP lot after being sold by the Hohenzollern-Sigmarigen, descendants of his daughter Dona Antonia, in
INVENTÁRIO ARTÍSTICO DA ARQUIDIOCESE DE ÉVORA
An Indian Sadeli-Ware Box
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