A SAFAVID TINNED-COPPER MONEY BOWL
of compressed globular form with everted rim, the neck engraved with calligraphic cartouches, the body incised with scrolling palmettes on a hatched ground
A SAFAVID CARVED WOOD MIRROR COVER
Magnificent, safavid carved wood with quranic inscriptios of rectangular form decorated with birds among flower sprays, the cover open to reveal a mirror painted with narcissus on a red ground.
EARLY 17TH CENTURY
A SMALL FINE MAMLUK SLIVER-INLAID CAST BRASS BOWL
A small fine mamluk of deep rounded form decorated around the rim with an elegant benedictory inscriptions separated by four roundels, two containing a whirling rosette and two containing a central lotus palmette surrounded by small florets and leaves, with a band of arabesques and short lancet leaves on the reverse, with an arabesques in the centre of the interior.
Late 13th or early 14th Century
QAJARIC PAIR OF STEEL DOOR KNOCKERS WITH THE BACK PLATE
In the form motifs face heads with extended tongues forming a loop with suspended Palmetto with the authentic patina and erosion.