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Lot 219: A LACQUER PEN CASE, ASCRIBED TO MUHAMMAD ZAMAN, PERSIA, DATED 1089 AH/1678-79 AD |
19 October 2016
London, United KingdomLive Auction
Description: lacquered papier-maché box with rounded ends and sliding tray, the lid decorated with birds and butterflies flying amidst floral sprays on a ochre ground, the sides and tray with floral stems on a black ground, signed and dated on lid
In fairly good condition, overall with craquelure to surface, the signature and date faded, as viewed.
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Dimensions: 23 by 4 by 3.3cm.