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Flask from 17th century India. Great Mogul Dynasty; in Gold, silver, rubies, emeralds and pearls. Source of Entry: presented by the Ambassadorial Mission of Iranian ruler Nadir-Shah to the Russian Imperial Court, 1741

Rose Water Flask from century India. in Gold, silver, rubies, emeralds and pearls. Source of Entry: presented by the Ambassadorial Mission of Iranian ruler Nadir-Shah to the Russian Imperial Court, 1741

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The Mughals adore perfumes and scented oils. The emperor Akbar . This miniature cosmetics bottle set with rubies emeralds and diamonds comes from North India,

(1) FABERGE eggs__(known as both) ""The Cockerel Egg or The Cukoo Clock Egg"" (1900) - Presented to Maria by her son, Nicholas II. Currently in the Viktor Vekselberg collection in Russia.

The Faberge Imperial "Cuckoo Egg (or Cockeral Egg)" clock. Gift from Nicholas II to his mother, empress Maria Fiodorovna on Easter.

✯ A Mughal gem-set silver and gold rosewater sprinkler. North India, , 17th/18th…

Splendors of Mughal India - I

A fine Mughal gem-set silver and gold rosewater sprinkler.Rosewater sprinkler holds a unique place in all indian weddings.The joy we derive when we greet people with this is unmatchable.

Trinket box - Mughal gem set box in nephrite jade, rubies and emeralds from India.

A MUGHAL SILVER-GILT ROSEWATER SPRINKLER  NORTH INDIA, 18TH CENTURY  Of typical form, rising from conical foot with cusped edge to faceted wide bulbous body, tapering to a thin neck with pronounced internal collar, finial missing, sides of body with repoussé floral spray on each of the faceted panels, sides of neck divided into six vertical bands with scrolling floral decoration, top and bottom of body bordered with pronounced floral collars, repoussé decoration on finely punched ground

A MUGHAL SILVER-GILT ROSEWATER SPRINKLER NORTH INDIA, 18TH CENTURY Of typical form, rising from conical foot with cusped edge to faceted wide bulbous body, tapering to a thin neck with pronounced internal collar, finial missing, sides of body with repoussé floral spray on each of the faceted panels, sides of neck divided into six vertical bands with scrolling floral decoration, top and bottom of body bordered with pronounced floral collars, repoussé decoration on finely punched ground

A GOLD BETEL NUT CUTTER   INDIA, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY   Of typical form, one of the arms shaped as a realistically interpreted bird, with engraved plumage, with mango-shaped finials  4in. (10cm.) long

Betel nut cutter made of gold. India, circa late to early century Of typical form, one of the arms shaped as a realistically interpreted bird, with engraved plumage, with mango-shaped finials.

Base of a Water Pipe (huqqa), 1740–80, North India, Mughal. Jade, inlaid with gold wire, diamonds, rubies, and emeralds. The Al-Thani Collection. (Photo: © Prudence Cuming Associates)

Base of a Water Pipe (huqqa) - Date: Geography: North India Culture: Mughal Medium: Jade, inlaid with gold wire, diamonds, rubies, and emeralds

The Clive of India Flask - a Mughal treasure - was brought back from India by Robert Clive in the 18th century - decorated with a lattice of gold, rubies and emeralds

The Clive of India Flask decorated with a lattice of gold, rubies and emeralds. A Mughal treasure brought back from India by Robert Clive in the century.

Gold Model of The Taj Mahal Set with Diamonds, Emeraldes, Rubies and Opals, Portugal, mid-20th Century.

Gold Model of The Taj Mahal Set with Diamonds, Emeraldes, Rubies and Opals, Portugal, Century.

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