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This particular vahana represents Nandi, the divine mount of Shiva. The sacred bull is not only the deity’s devoted companion but also the leader of Shiva’s army and the gatekeeper of his celestial abode. As befitting his role, Nandi is depicted striding forward.#TamilNadu, #Kanchipuram district, #17th-18thCetury.

This particular vahana represents Nandi, the divine mount of Shiva. The sacred bull is not only the deity’s devoted companion but also the leader of Shiva’s army and the gatekeeper of his celestial abode. As befitting his role, Nandi is depicted striding forward.#TamilNadu, #Kanchipuram district, #17th-18thCetury.

AN ANGLO-INDIAN SHELF BRACKET Punjab, Northern India, 19th century  carved wood, in the form of a pavilion, with lobed balustrade and mirrored back, the overhanging ceiling supported by caryatids and vyalas interspersed with cusped Mughal arches, geometric and vegetal fretwork panels on each side and below  55 x 65 x 25cm

AN ANGLO-INDIAN SHELF BRACKET Punjab, Northern India, 19th century carved wood, in the form of a pavilion, with lobed balustrade and mirrored back, the overhanging ceiling supported by caryatids and vyalas interspersed with cusped Mughal arches, geometric and vegetal fretwork panels on each side and below 55 x 65 x 25cm

ANGLO INDIAN MINIATURE IVORY AND HORN GAME TABLE AND CHESS SET, VIZAGAPATAM, C.1840 with white and red pieces on an octagonal veneered sandalwood top board top on turned support on quadripartite base raised on paw feet, with, table width 24" - 61 cm

ANGLO INDIAN MINIATURE IVORY AND HORN GAME TABLE AND CHESS SET, VIZAGAPATAM, C.1840 with white and red pieces on an octagonal veneered sandalwood top board top on turned support on quadripartite base raised on paw feet, with, table width 24" - 61 cm

An Important and Very Rare Anglo-Indian Silver Veneered, Repoussé, Parcel Gilt and Enamel Ceremonial Throne Chair, From the Darbar of Bilkha, Saurashtra, Gujarat, India. Anglo Indian, Circa 1920. [Ref: B71890]For more information and additional images please visit our website: www.adrianalan.com

An Important and Very Rare Anglo-Indian Silver Veneered, Repoussé, Parcel Gilt and Enamel Ceremonial Throne Chair, From the Darbar of Bilkha, Saurashtra, Gujarat, India. Anglo Indian, Circa 1920. [Ref: B71890]For more information and additional images please visit our website: www.adrianalan.com

A PAIR OF INDIAN SILVERED-METAL AND ENAMEL SIDE CHAIRS EARLY 20TH CENTURY

A PAIR OF INDIAN SILVERED-METAL AND ENAMEL SIDE CHAIRS EARLY 20TH CENTURY

Emperor Akbar, Mughal Empire

Emperor Akbar, Mughal Empire

AN EXTREMELY RARE ANGLO-INDIAN IVORY AND PENWORK DAVENPORT DESK SIGNED BY YENDAPILL VER...http://www.ronaldphillipsantiques.com/EXTREMELY-RARE-ANGLO-INDIAN-IVORY-AND-PENWORK-DAVENPORT-DESK-SIGNED-YENDAPILL-VERASALINGUM-DesktopDefault.aspx?tabid=6&tabindex=5&objectid=524681&categoryid=12656

AN EXTREMELY RARE ANGLO-INDIAN IVORY AND PENWORK DAVENPORT DESK SIGNED BY YENDAPILL VER...http://www.ronaldphillipsantiques.com/EXTREMELY-RARE-ANGLO-INDIAN-IVORY-AND-PENWORK-DAVENPORT-DESK-SIGNED-YENDAPILL-VERASALINGUM-DesktopDefault.aspx?tabid=6&tabindex=5&objectid=524681&categoryid=12656

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