SILVER INLAID BIDRI EWER - India (Deccan, Bidar), 17th century - A bidri ewer inlaid with silver floral designs, the round bulbous and ribbed body rising from a conical splayed foot.

SILVER INLAID BIDRI EWER - India (Deccan, Bidar), century - A bidri ewer inlaid with silver floral designs, the round bulbous and ribbed body rising from a conical splayed foot.

A Bidriware brass and silver inlaid huqqa base, Deccan, late 17th/early 18th century Art of Imperial India

A Bidriware brass and silver inlaid huqqa base, Deccan, late century Art of Imperial India

Bidri Huqqa (Water Pipe) Base with Tall Flowers in Arches, and Associated Ring Object Name: Water-pipe base Date: 17th century Geography: Bidar Culture: Islamic Medium: Zinc alloy inlaid with brass and silver Dimensions: H. 7 5/16 in. (18.5 cm) Diam. 6 1/8 in. (15.5 cm) Classification: Metal Credit Line: Private Collection, London

Bidri Huqqa (Water Pipe) Base with Tall Flowers in Arches, and Associated Ring

Bidri Container With Lid. An early example of Bidri ware with floral decoration. Silver and Gold inlaid on Metal. India, 18th c.

Bidri Container With Lid

Bidri Container With Lid. An early example of Bidri ware with floral decoration. Silver and Gold inlaid on Metal.

Base for a Water Pipe (Huqqa) with Poetry and Flowers 18th cent. from India, Deccan. Zinc alloy, silver and brass. Metropolitan Museum.

Base for a Water Pipe (Huqqa) with Poetry and Flowers- Object Name: Water pipe base Date: early century Geography: India, Deccan Culture: Islamic

A BIDRI PANDAN   PROBABLY BIDAR, DECCAN, SECOND HALF 17TH CENTURY   Of waisted cylindrical form with separate domed cover, the body decorated with a main band of silver-inlaid flowerheads issuing interlacing floral vine, a minor band of meandering floral vine below, the cover similarly decorated with bands of similar floral meander, most inlay surviving

A BIDRI PANDAN PROBABLY BIDAR, DECCAN, SECOND HALF 17TH CENTURY Of waisted cylindrical form with separate domed cover, the body decorated with a main band of silver-inlaid flowerheads issuing interlacing floral vine, a minor band of meandering floral vine below, the cover similarly decorated with bands of similar floral meander, most inlay surviving

A BIDRI BRASS AND SILVER INLAID SPHERICAL HOOKAH BASE - BIDAR, CENTRAL INDIA, LATE 17TH CENTURY

A BIDRI BRASS AND SILVER INLAID SPHERICAL HOOKAH BASE - BIDAR, CENTRAL INDIA, LATE 17TH CENTURY

<em>Small Mango shaped Bidri Hookah Base</em>, Deccan, 17th century

<em>Small Mango shaped Bidri Hookah Base</em>, Deccan, 17th century

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

A Mughal silver- and brass-inlaid alloy Bidri Huqqa Base Bidar, Deccan, Century

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