• AUD $500.00

    Bactrian Cylindrical Green Chlorite Cup

    A plain, finely turned, stone Bactrian drinking vessel/tumbler, a flat bottomed, truncated cone. Such a refined, pure form, “modern ” design at it’s best! Almost as fine as China and elegant in it’s simplicity, with a slight flaring at the lip, offering a perfect grip. Opaque Grey/Greenish Chlorite (like polished...
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    Islamic Period Glass Bead Neck

    Sorry, this old necklace is no longer available. We may however, have similar ones available, and others from time to time. Although these look like Antique “Venetian Glass” Beads, they are older, classified as “Islamic Period” dating back to around 1,000 AD. Before that you’re talking about “Roman Glass” although Rome...
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    Islamic Period Glass Necklace.

    Sorry, this wonderful necklace is no longer available.  Although these look like Antique “Venetian Glass” Beads, they are older, classified as “Islamic Period” dating back to around 800 AD up to the 15 th Century. Before that you’re talking about “Roman Glass” although Rome itself had fallen long ago, and beads...
  • AUD $110.00

    Kashmiri, Engraved Octagonal Brass Cup.

    An old, worn “tinned” brass cup with eight sides. With handpunched designs of swirling vines and foliage in bordered panels. There’s a golden tone of the brass glowing through the tin where it has worn thin and a few minor knocks that are to be expected. Avoid polishing it as...
  • AUD $980.00

    Moghul "silvered" Horse Stirrups.

    A pair of old iron stirrups, with “silver” foliate detailing, possibly “Moghul”, but definitely old. They are a pair and have been tied together with a very worn small leather belt, the surface of which is now like felt. (I’m only mentioning the belt as it has a nice old...
  • AUD $130.00

    Pashtun, Colourful Silver Earhooks.

      Really nice silver earhooks, with bright green and yellow plastic reflective "mirrored" discs set into a round silver bead, with spiral silver designs  and wire looped claws clasping larged faceted red glass stones. Ringed with small silver knobs and up the shaft of the hook wound with bound wire filigree, they're...
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    Pashtun, Embroidered Wallet.

    Sorry, this wallet is no longer available.  This is a more traditional folding and tying Pashtun embroidered wallet, from the border regions of Afghanistan and Pakistan. Covered in brightly contrasting yellow chain stitch on a deep purple cotton ground, with small opaque blue glass beads around the edges to distract the ever lurking "Evil Eye",...