10 May 2006
This lot is offered without a reserve
A LARGE SOUTH INDIAN BRONZE BOWL (VARPPU)
PROBABLY KERALA, 18TH CENTURY
Heavily cast with shallow rounded base, short bulbous sides and thick everted rim, a tubular handle at each side with cast ribs
38½ in. (98 cm.) diam.
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This is a large Indian temple feeding bowl.
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