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Lacquered topless staff of office, decorated with gold flowers and floral patterns.
Tall silver rosewater sprinkler with long detachable neck and full bellied body.
An Indian foliate form alabaster dish carved in relief with stylised lotuses.
Carved wooden screen with flowers, birds and mythical beasts.
A small lacquered finial, decorated with flowers in gold and black.
Small lacquered finial from Bikanir. Decorated with flowers in red and gold lacquer.
A tall silver rosewater sprinkler with an unperforated top.
A Chinese export punch bowl, decorated in blue, gilt and copper red enamel with flower sprays.
A Chinese ivory 'toggle' carved as a snail beside a large lotus. Probably early Qing Dynasty.
A canton (guangzhou) enamel green saucer with central shou (longevity) symbol.
Saucer to OC113.1, made from canton (guangzhou) enamel.
Carved Indian wooden cigarette box, decorated with flower, leaves and animals inlaid with ebony, silver and ivory.
Fretted round cover made from Indian silver with moulded and cut decoration of formalised flowers.
An Indian alabaster box standing on five feet. It is irregular inshape and inlaid with stone marquetry in the form of a colourful flower.
A round bellied pot lacquered in blue, red and green and gold with floral patterns.