"A BIDRI BRASS AND SILVER INLAID SPHERICAL HOOKAH BASE, BIDAR, DECCAN, CENTRAL INDIA, LATE 17TH OR EARLY 18TH CENTURY. With cylindrical mouth, the sides with a broad band of large alternating inlaid irises and narcissi, arcaded band below, meandering floral and pendant bands on the shoulder, the mouth with a similar meandering floral tendril, slight damage to inlay, one area of restoration, base with later copper disc. 7 5/8in
Bidri ware flask. Made of zinc alloy with silver and brass inlay. Floral motifs run around the full body and neck of the flask. Bidri is derived from Bidar, a small town in North Karnataka where it was first introduced in the Deccan and continues till today. Circa 18th century. Height 30 cms.
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A Mughal silver- and brass-inlaid alloy Bidri Huqqa Base Bidar, Deccan, 17th Century the body of rounded form with narrow truncated neck slightly flaring towards rim, decorated in silver and brass inlay with a repeated design of floral motifs within cartouches 19 cm. high
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