London, South Kensington
7 April 2006
A Qajar tile section, early 20th century
painted with figures in a garden -- 13in. (33cm) long; an Islamic Market gilt copper desk set; a silver bowl and domed cover; a tinned copper oval tray; a brass circular tray; a gilt copper bowl; a pottery plaque; a marble rectangular plaque; an Indian bronze female deity; four bronze weights; two miniature bronze deities; a small bronze figure group; a trefoil foliate stand; and a painting on cloth.
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