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Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: late 18th–early 19th century Culture: Japan Medium: Lacquered wood with gold and silver hiramaki-e and applied gold foil on nashiji groun

Period: Edo period Date: late century Culture: Japan Medium: Lacquered wood with gold and silver hiramaki-e and applied gold foil on nashiji groun

Gau - Tibetan reliquary locket | Ashmolean Museum

A Tibetan reliquary locket (called a gau) of tin and turquoise Gau are charms, frames or boxes commonly used in Tibet. This would have once contained written prayers which would have had a protective function.

A QUEEN ANNE WALNUT BUREAU CABINET -  RETAILED BY EDWARDS & ROBERTS, EARLY 18TH CENTURY AND LATER

A QUEEN ANNE WALNUT BUREAU CABINET - RETAILED BY EDWARDS & ROBERTS, EARLY 18TH CENTURY AND LATER

An 18th century silver mounted vase shape snuff mull  The baluster body formed of alternate ebony and ivory staves, with similar lid, the lid set with an oval silver plaque engraved 'CP', the hinge extending to applied cut-card work to lid and body, height 7cm.

An century silver mounted VASE SHAPED SNUFF MULL The baluster body formed of alternate ebony and ivory staves, with similar lid, the lid set with an oval silver plaque engraved 'CP', the hinge extending to applied cut-card work to lid and body, height

A Late 16 Century - Early 17th Century Oak Wainscot Chair

(Chapter This is a Wainscot chair from the late 16 Century - early Century. A wainscot chair is a chair with a back that is at a 90 degree angle, very square and boxy looking and has storage underneath the seat.

Reliquary hand, French.  13th century.  copper, silver plated

Reliquary, Hand from Date: century Culture: French Medium: Copper, silver-plated Dimensions: Overall: 9 x 4 x 1 in.

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