Bottle in the shape of a gourd, 18th–19th century. Mughal period (1526–1858). India. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Heber R. Bishop, 1902 (02.18.779) | This work is exhibited in the “A Passion for Jade: The Heber Bishop Collection” exhibition, on view through June 19, 2016. #AsianArt100
Flask from 17th century India. Great Mogul Dynasty; in Gold, silver, rubies, emeralds and pearls. Source of Entry: presented by the Ambassadorial Mission of Iranian ruler Nadir-Shah to the Russian Imperial Court, 1741
A MUGHAL HEART-SHAPED JADE BOX SET WITH GEMSTONES, NORTH INDIA, 19TH CENTURY the jade shaped as a heart with a slightly domed cover, the sides finely carved in relief with leafy flowerheads and buds, the cover decorated in the kundan technique with large floral blossoms and colourful stones 12 by 12 by 5cm.
A MUGHAL RUBY-SET ENAMELLED GOLD PAN-BOX, PROBABLY LUCKNOW, EARLY 19TH CENTURY Of octagonal shape, set with teardrop and circular shape rubies to lid on a ground of pink and white enamelled floral sprays with green leafs, a border of repeating similar surrounding, the sides with square and rectangular cartouches containing enamelled scenes of birds and various animals