London, South Kensington
14 September 2000
An Indian brass and steel axe
with terminals representing moustacheoed heads wearing turbans and smoking pipes -- 22½in. (57.2cm.) long; an Indonesian steel kris with wooden handle and shaft -- 23½in. (60cm.) long; a large Indian oval repousse tray with twin handles decorated with mythical figures -- 29in. (73.2cm.) wide; three brass circular trays decorated with foliage -- 17in. (43cm.) diam. max.; a large footed brass bowl decorated with geometric motifs, a brass hanging lantern and cover, and a footed brass bowl and cover with tiered finial -- 14in. (35cm.) diam. max., 19th/20th Century.
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