London, South Kensington
26 October 2007
A PAIR OF MUGHAL BRASS EWERS, INDIA, 18TH CENTURY
Both of pear shape on four feet, with straight spout and scrolling handle, domed cover with pointed finial, decorated to either side with flowers in a teardrop shaped raised cartouche and all over with flowers - tallest 11 1/2in (29.2cm) high (2)
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