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A rare Mughal carpet fragment with elephant mother and calf, North India, late 16th/17th century; another fragment with floral spray, 17th century

A rare Mughal carpet fragment with elephant mother and calf, North India, late century; another fragment with floral spray, century

A ROCK-CRYSTAL WATER PIPE (HUQQA) BASE WITH GILT COPPER MOUNTS  NORTH INDIA OR DECCAN, CIRCA 19TH CENTURY

A ROCK-CRYSTAL WATER PIPE (HUQQA) BASE WITH GILT COPPER MOUNTS NORTH INDIA OR DECCAN, CIRCA 19TH CENTURY

North India | Carved emerald, pearl, enamel and 18k gold ring | 19th century | The Mughal emperors and other Indian princely families had a genuine passion for precious stones and pearls. And among the stones most prized were  emeralds, particularly carved emeralds. | Sold.

North India: Carved emerald, pearl, enamel and gold ring century). The Mughal emperors and other Indian princely families had a passion for precious stones and pearls. And among the stones most prized were emeralds, particularly carved emeralds.

THE MUGHAL DYNASTY: A LARGE ILLUSTRATION OF TWENTY-FOUR MUGHAL EMPERORS AND PRINCES DELHI SCHOOL, NORTH INDIA, CIRCA 1850

The Mughal Dynasty: A Large Illustration Of Twenty-Four Mughal Emperors And Princes

MAHARAJA SURAJ SINGH ATTRIBUTED TO MURAD REZA, PROBABLY BIKANER, NORTH INDIA, LATE 17TH OR EARLY 18TH CENTURY

MAHARAJA SURAJ SINGH ATTRIBUTED TO MURAD REZA, PROBABLY BIKANER, NORTH INDIA, LATE 17TH OR EARLY 18TH CENTURY

A MUGHAL CARVED WHITE MARBLE CENOTAPH TOP NORTH INDIA, SECOND HALF 16TH CENTURY

A MUGHAL CARVED WHITE MARBLE CENOTAPH TOP NORTH INDIA, SECOND HALF 16TH CENTURY

A MUGHAL ROCK-CRYSTAL WATERED-STEEL DAGGER  NORTH INDIA, BLADE 17TH CENTURY, HILT 18TH CENTURY  The double-curved double-edged blade with central ridge, the hilt carved with palmettes and rosettes with silver guard engraved with floral arabesques, the pommel set with rubies, the scabbard covered in metal-thread embroidered red silk

A Mughal rock crystal watered-steel dagger, Northern India, blade century…

A Mughal gem-set silver and gold rosewater sprinkler. North India, , 17th/18th century. Photo: Christie's

Splendors of Mughal India - I

A fine Mughal gem-set silver and gold rosewater sprinkler.Rosewater sprinkler holds a unique place in all indian weddings.The joy we derive when we greet people with this is unmatchable.

File:Bracelet, North India, Mughal period, 18th-19th century, gold, diamonds, rubies, emeralds, enamel - Royal Ontario Museum - DSC04557.JPG

File:Bracelet, North India, Mughal period, 18th-19th century, gold, diamonds, rubies, emeralds, enamel - Royal Ontario Museum - DSC04557.JPG

North India or Lahore  MUGHAL POTTERY TILE PANEL

North India or Lahore MUGHAL POTTERY TILE PANEL

A MUGHAL CARPET NORTH INDIA, EARLY 17TH CENTURY

A MUGHAL CARPET NORTH INDIA, EARLY 17TH CENTURY

Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India - The interior chamber of the Taj Mahal steps far beyond traditional decorative elements. Here, the inlay work is not pietra dura, but a lapidary of precious and semiprecious gemstones.

Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India - The interior chamber of the Taj Mahal steps far beyond traditional decorative elements. Here, the inlay work is not pietra dura, but a lapidary of precious and semiprecious gemstones.

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