This beautiful example of a Mughal ewer has a gadrooned belly elegantly pointed at the top, resting on a high foot with engraved and openwork decoration. The high handle is adorned with engraved foliages and flowers, and the beautiful spout takes a zoomorphic form.
For closely related examples, see: Zebrowski, M. (1997) Gold, Silver and Bronze from Mughal India, London: Alexandria Press in Association with Laurence King,p. 152 and p. 155.
Delevery information :
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- Secure packaging by the gallery or by the carrier depending on the artworks
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(Shipping costs are the responsibility of the buyer)
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