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Anglo Indian Antique Sterling Silver Bowl / Kashkul Kutch C1880 Snake Handles For Sale
A super quality Anglo-Indian
silver bowl. It is unmarked but tests as sterling silver. It dates to c1880 almost
certainly made in the Bhuj area of Kutch. It has been beautifully handmade
having very high quality crisp decoration and entwined snake handles. I do not
know what it was for but may be a form of Kashkul. It is in superb condition
being free from dings splits holes and repairs. It measures 5.25 inches (13.6cms)
wide including the handles by almost 3 inches (7.2cms) wide by 1.75 inches
(4.2cms) tall and weighs 64 grams. A beautifully designed high quality piece.
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