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An angel holding a fish, inspired by the Biblical story of Tobias and the Angel, India, Mughal, circa 1590-1600

An angel holding a fish, inspired by the Biblical story of Tobias and the Angel, India, Mughal, circa 1590-1600

The decline of the Mughal empire Indian disunity contributed to British success. By the beginning of the 19th century, India was Britain’s colonial possession. Indian ports were vital to to British sea power.  This was the Mughal empire before Britain took it.

The decline of the Mughal empire Indian disunity contributed to British success. By the beginning of the 19th century, India was Britain’s colonial possession. Indian ports were vital to to British sea power. This was the Mughal empire before Britain took it.

A MUGHAL GEM-SET ROCK CRYSTAL CUP, INDIA, CIRCA 18TH CENTURY the rock crystal carved in the form of a cup, set with gold floral tendrils highlighted with rubies, emerald and diamonds, in custom velvet box

A MUGHAL GEM-SET ROCK CRYSTAL CUP, INDIA, CIRCA 18TH CENTURY the rock crystal carved in the form of a cup, set with gold floral tendrils highlighted with rubies, emerald and diamonds, in custom velvet box

::::    PINTEREST,COM christiancross    :::: Gold coin of the Mughal Empire.

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Mughal art. The child Akbar and his mother

Art treasures of the Mughal empire

Inspired by the Mughal Empire, this bejeweled clutch can refresh your jewelry box.  Perfect for your next Indian wedding...

Inspired by the Mughal Empire, this bejeweled clutch can refresh your jewelry box. Perfect for your next Indian wedding...

A Mughal gem-set gold mounted jade Pendant (Haldili)   India, late 18th/early 19th Century  cartouche-shaped, inlaid with gold and set with cabochon-cut rubies and emeralds and tablet-cut diamonds in a three-stemmed symmetrical floral motif emanating from a small oval ruby, with two birds in profile flanking the central diamond, drilled for suspension   5.2cm wide

A Mughal gem-set gold mounted jade Pendant (Haldili) India, late 18th/early 19th Century cartouche-shaped, inlaid with gold and set with cabochon-cut rubies and emeralds and tablet-cut diamonds in a three-stemmed symmetrical floral motif emanating from a small oval ruby, with two birds in profile flanking the central diamond, drilled for suspension 5.2cm wide

Mughal art. The Book of Pigeons, by Valih Musavi (1788).

Art treasures of the Mughal empire

AN EXCEPTIONAL EMERALD, RUBY AND DIAMOND-INSET ENAMELLED GOLD PARROT

AN EXCEPTIONAL EMERALD, RUBY AND DIAMOND-INSET ENAMELLED GOLD PARROT

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