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Shreeji Silver Art is one of the widely known names among Indian silver handicraft manufactures and exporter in based in Udaipur, India for more than 24 years.

Shreeji Silver Art is one of the widely known names among Indian silver handicraft manufactures and exporter in based in Udaipur, India for more than 24 years.

Shreeji Silver Art is one of the widely known names among Indian silver handicraft manufactures and exporter in based in Udaipur, India for more than 24 years.

Shreeji Silver Art is one of the widely known names among Indian silver handicraft manufactures and exporter in based in Udaipur, India for more than 24 years.

Shreeji Silver Art is one of the widely known names among Indian silver handicraft manufactures and exporter in based in Udaipur, India for more than 24 years.

Shreeji Silver Art is one of the widely known names among Indian silver handicraft manufactures and exporter in based in Udaipur, India for more than 24 years.

Shreeji Silver Art is one of the widely known names among Indian silver handicraft manufactures and exporter in based in Udaipur, India for more than 24 years.

Shreeji Silver Art is one of the widely known names among Indian silver handicraft manufactures and exporter in based in Udaipur, India for more than 24 years.

Shreeji Silver Art is one of the widely known names among Indian silver handicraft manufactures and exporter in based in Udaipur, India for more than 24 years.

Shreeji Silver Art is one of the widely known names among Indian silver handicraft manufactures and exporter in based in Udaipur, India for more than 24 years.

Buddha Sculptures; The figure on the left makes the 'Karana-Mudrā' also known as 'Tarjanī-Mudrā;' from the 'Joseon Dynasty.'  A mudrā or "Gesture"; is a symbolic or ritual gesture in Hinduism and Buddhism. While some Mudrās involve the entire body, most are performed with the hands and fingers. A Mudrā is a Spiritual-Gesture and an energetic seal of authenticity employed in the iconography and spiritual practice of Indian religions and traditions of Dharma and Taoism.

Buddha Sculptures; The figure on the left makes the 'Karana-Mudrā' also known as 'Tarjanī-Mudrā;' from the 'Joseon Dynasty.' A mudrā or "Gesture"; is a symbolic or ritual gesture in Hinduism and Buddhism. While some Mudrās involve the entire body, most are performed with the hands and fingers. A Mudrā is a Spiritual-Gesture and an energetic seal of authenticity employed in the iconography and spiritual practice of Indian religions and traditions of Dharma and Taoism.

A pair of lunulaform gold earrings:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Gold.  Roman, 2nd - 3rd Century AD.

A pair of lunulaform gold earrings: Gold. Roman, 2nd - 3rd Century AD.

Oxus Treasure - Gold statuette of bearded man: the figure wears a high, stiff cap, tunic and embroidered coat with empty sleeves (called a 'kandys') holding a bundle of rods (called a 'barsom').       Achaemenid 5thC BC. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Oxus Treasure - Gold statuette of bearded man: the figure wears a high, stiff cap, tunic and embroidered coat with empty sleeves (called a 'kandys') holding a bundle of rods (called a 'barsom'). Achaemenid 5thC BC. © The Trustees of the British Museum

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