ORIGIN: MIDDLE EAST A large mamluk silver and gold inlaid candle stick base. Egypt, 14th centuryA large ottoman glazed pottery dish. Damascus, Syria. 16th centuryA rare Mamluk tinned copper dish made for sultan Janbulat. Egypt, early 16th centuryA rare Mamluk mould blown glass perfume sprinkler. Egypt or Syria, 13th centuryA rare group of Abbasid mosaic glass gaming pieces. Mesopotamia, 9th century.An ottoman engraved natural double gourd vessel. Algeria, 19th centuryA Fatimid carved ivory eyeliner “kohl” vessel. Egypt, 10th-11th centuryA fine Circassian Mamluk Brass engraved Basin. Egypt, second half of the 15th Century, Qaitbay periodA Tel Minis type Fatimid Lustre bowl. Probably Raqqa- Syria, 12th Century.A “Dome of the rock” tile. Ottoman Damascus or Palestine. Circa 16th century.A large mother of pearl inlay Casket. Bethlehem- Palestine, late 18th Century.A Fine Pair of Mamluk silver and gold Inlaid Candlesticks. 15th Century, Egypt or Syria.