WOOD & IVORY A pair of finely carved sandalwood mythological figures. Mysore, India. 19th centuryA finely carved sandalwood box. Sri Lanka, 19th centuryA large and finely carved ivory hilt. Sri Lanka, 17th-18th centuryA carved ivory cylindrical box. Sri Lanka. Early 19th centuryAn ottoman engraved natural double gourd vessel. Algeria, 19th centuryA Nasrid or post Nasrid marquetry wooden box. Spain, 15th centuryWalrus Ivory Tobacco Case inlaid with Gold and Silver. Kubachi, the Caucasus, Circa 19th century. A rare Timurid ivory dagger or knife’s handle. Iran or Central Asia. Circa 14th-15th centuryA Fatimid carved ivory eyeliner “kohl” vessel. Egypt, 10th-11th centuryFine ivory and horn veneered sandalwood minutiae chess table. Vizagapatam- India. Circa 1850.An extremely rare and large ivory Mughal box. Delhi - India. Circa 19th century.A large mother of pearl inlay Casket. Bethlehem- Palestine, Late 18th Century.A fine ottoman Inlaid table. Turkey, 18th centuryA fine Persian Qajar “khatamkari” mosaic inlaid table. Iran, dated 1301 H/ 1883 ADA fine ivory mounted powder flask. Gujarat, India. Circa 17th century.A Rare Silver Mounted Ivory Case or Vessel. Ceylon. Circa 17th century.