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Silver Hukkah base with floral patterns in medallions: Persia, 19th century
Accession Number N/1070
Mughal style brass vessel embossed with grotesque figures with floral ornaments, from Akbar’s Razm-Nama: Jaipur 19th century.
Accession Number 2459
Bronze Shield with scenes from the Ramayana from Akbar’s Razm-Nama etched on Silver plated brass plaques by Ganga Baksh: Jaipur 19th century.
Accession Number 11142
Brass ewer with medallions showing lions preying on deer and copper enrichments with dragon-head handle: Jaipur 19th century.
Accession Number 2413
Brass vessel with embossed and raised medallions showing scenes from the Ramayan with floral design, Jaipur.19th century
Accession Number 989
Copper and brass ewer with ornamental flowers and medallions showing fighting animals in repousśe work: Jaipur 19th century.
Accession Number 2405
Brass salver showing 28 Nakshatras (asterisms) in the outer circle, 12 zodiac signs in the inner circle and the sun on a celestial chariot at centre: Jaipur 19th century.
Accession Number N/35
Brass and Copper Coffee – Pot,
Accession Number 2414
Copper salver showing Dash Avatar (the ten incarnation) of Lord Vishnu in repousśe with floral medallion at centre by Govind Vishwanath: Pune 19th century.
Accession Number 530
Collection of 19th century vessels, salvers and figures in brass, bronze, silver, zinc and alloys from different parts of India and the region; Unique Ramayan, Mahabharat and Ashwa-medh shields; Rare salvers with Zodiac signs, Nakshatras and Tithis.
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Circular brass plate, deep in middle and is decorated with enamelling work on the upper edges by floral ornamentation filled in black.
Accession Number 77-79
A lotus seat for 'lingam' composed of a bowl with separate thin, pointed and curving petals which can be closed to enclose the symbol when placed in the circular receptacle. This assembly is placed on the back of the bull' Nandi' which stands on a rectangular pedestal decorated with diamond shaped perforations. It is from Nasik.
Accession Number 9865
An atardan (perfume bottle) of silver metal having filgri work with enamel cover. It also has compartments for pan and a kiblahnama or compass.
Accession Number 868
Brass box, oval shaped, turquoise and coral set in studs in ovals all over box. Repose figures of mosques and floral designs alternate. A key to lock the box is also present.
Accession Number N/562
A Chaupra of silver metal in leaf form. A peacock is standing over it and decorated by floral pattern and can be opened. It was used to keep roli and rice for Tilak .
Accession Number 70-13
A water vessel (surahi) made of zinc from Rewari with a globular belly and a long slender neck and a lid with a knob at its mouth. Lower and upper part of the neck and lower portion of belly are made of brass and decorated with engraved floral patterns.
Accession Number 384
Cup and cover, round pedestal with some layers, alternate engraving is seen. The cylindrical belly decorated with strap work and masks in repose. The cover has same work with round holder in the centre. The original is of silver gilt.
Accession Number 4301
A large water vessel from Surat with its belly made of copper and its neck spout, handle and base made of brass. Its belly is globular at bottom and narrowing upwards and decorated with rib-patterns. Its handle has a head of dragon. Neck is decorated with incised lines.
Accession Number 382
A silver gold plated tray. It has geometrical flower in centre with leaves in gold and flower in silver.
Accession Number 877
A silver tray in circular shape having floral pattern design.
Accession Number 875
An antique bowl with a symbolic brass relief, original in silver. Imperial cabinet of Antiquities, Vienna. Relief work, faces, animal figure, birds symbol done in outer part of bowl.
Accession Number 10924
A silver, parcel-gilt circular salver. Champleve enamel ornament with a band of flowers and animals round the centre.
Accession Number 844
A silver Antimony fish. It's neck and tail flippers are painted with golden colour.
Accession Number 341
A Jain incense burner made of brass from Ujjain having two elongated hollow boat like receptacle intercepted by a circular receptacle placed on a pointed base between the big receptacles. It has a big pedestal with a bead like pattern adorning its neck and base.
Accession Number 544
Accession Number 9874
A flower vase intricately engraved with tree designs. The mouth has indented edges seems to be upwardly projected.
Accession Number 3590
Accession Number 874
A gold plated silver tray with engraved flowers at centre. The rim also has gold flower design.
Accession Number 878
A bracelet of silver, decorated with six mythological figures. Figures are in high relief.
Accession Number R11-12(I)/P171/S20
A brass 'Surahi. A metallic polish of golden and black colour is used over it. The designs has forms of gods and goddess with floral pattern. Brahma, Shiva and Lakshmi are engraved on the pot.
Accession Number 77-133
An oval dish; with handles. The lower surface has a gloss. The sides are decorated with small wired circles in scroll like pattern. The whole body is decorated with floral pattern
Accession Number 7594
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