ORIGIN: INDIA A fine Mughal dagger with carved jade hilt in the form of a nilgai. North West India, 17th centuryA pair of Bidri carpet weights “Mir-I Farsh”. Bidar, Deccan, India. 17th centuryA pair of finely carved sandalwood mythological figures. Mysore, India. 19th centuryA high tin bronze flask. Punjab or Karnatak, India. 17th centuryA group of finely chiselled steel shield bosses. Deccan, India. 17th centuryAn exquisite Black Enamelled Dagger. Lucknow, India, 18th CenturyِA Bidri Candlestick. Bidar, Deccan, 17th CenturyA fine & large silver mirror frame. Vizianagaram, India. Early 20th centuryFine ivory and horn veneered sandalwood minutiae chess table. Vizagapatam- India. Circa 1850.A fine gold Inlaid steel “koftgari” dagger. India, circa 19th century.A fine Mughal hard stone hilted khanjar. India, Circa 18th century.A fine Mughal chased Indian silver huqqa. North India, 18th Century.A Silver Inlaid Bidri Huqqa base. Deccan- India, 18th Century.A Repoussé Indian Silver-gilt dish. Hyderabad Deccan, 18th Century.A Splendid Early Bidri Dish. Deccan - India. Circa 1720.An extremely rare and large ivory Mughal box. Delhi - India. Circa 19th century.An Octagonal Silver Incense Burner in the Shape of a Kiosk or Pavilion. Deccan - India, 16th-17th Century.