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A Kashmir Gilt Bronze Enamel Box – End Of The 18th/beginning Of The 19th Century.
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"A Kashmir Gilt Bronze Enamel Box – End Of The 18th/beginning Of The 19th Century. "
A gilt bronze box with enamel. Kashmir, India – end of the 18th century/beginning of the 19th century.
The cover of the vase can be opened in two parts.
The metal base, here bronze, was first engraved with special tools to create the design in relief, the grooves were later filled with glass and then embellished with additional engraving and shiny gilding. This technique is called in India "meena" or "meenakari" and was first applied by the Mughal who brought it to India.

Price : 2000 €
Period:19th century
Style:Asian art
Condition : Bon état

Material : Bronze doré et émaux
Diameter : 16 cm
Height : 26 cm

Reference : 665841
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Decorative art from 18th to 19th centuries
A Kashmir Gilt Bronze Enamel Box – End Of The 18th/beginning Of The 19th Century.
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