Antique Boxes, A Large Late Anglo Indian Brass Bound & Ivor. A superb quality late Anglo Indian brass bound & ivory inlaid writing box of shisham wood, of large proportions from the Hoshiarpur region of India.
A LARGE IVORY-INLAID CABINET GUJARAT OR SINDH, WESTERN INDIA, LATE 17TH OR 18TH CENTURY. Of rectangular form, heavily inlaid with ivory panels, the fall front with three large floral sprays within arches between cypress trees, the top, side and back with a lattice of four-petalled rosettes and cross-shaped motifs, the front with two ring handles opening to reveal seven drawers, the corners with brass mounts, the sides with handles, with lock and key, restored
The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Cabinet of Drawers in Nanban (Southern Barbarian) Style. Period: Momoyama period Date: ca. 1590 Culture: Japan Medium: Lacquered wood decorated with gold flat maki-e (“sprinkled design”) and inlaid mother-of-pearl.