London, South Kensington
14 October 2005
A PIECE FROM A LARGE PARCEL-GILT SILVER BELT BUCKLE, OTTOMAN GREECE, 18TH CENTURY
Comprising one half of a very fine and large asimzournara type buckle, of circular form with small point on one side and concave centre, the outer band with finely worked repoussé scrolling foliage populated by various beasts, the inside with large medallion with similar deocration, the cavetto left plain- 8in. (20.4cm.) diam.
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