This is an exquisite Monstrance with intricate design and all the essential symbols of Christianity. The Monstrance gets transformed into the dwelling place of the Son of God as it is used to exhibit and exalt the Consecrated Eucharist Host during Eucharistic Adoration or Benediction of The Blessed Sacrament. The stunning craftsmanship is unparalleled with
beautiful detailing of the sun along with its rays which establishes the presence of Jesus Christ who is the Light of the world, deftly carved grapevine and stalk of wheat which
denotes the body and blood of Christ. Towards the base an incise icon of the sacrificial lamb placed on an altar is observed. The elaborate design of the Monstrance highlights its antiquity attributes considering contemporary Monstrance design is more minimalistic in nature. The
maker of this Monstrance is Charles Picard, Paris circa 1875 Ofervrie Deglise Picard . Their hallmark is on the base of the antique which is the Head of Minerva . 19.8 x 10 x 5 in
Gross weight : 650 grams
A hallmarked tea set comprising of three units, a
kettle, a milk pourer and a sugar bowl. The design
layout has a definite Victorian link with an ornate
floral pattern permeating in all units.
7 in each and smaller (17.8 cm)
Gross weight : 1375 grams
An indigenous Burmese bowl engraved with
depictions of the Ramayana, the Zodiac and folk
tales of Burma. Motifs adopted in this work
symbolically represent the enriched vocabulary
of Burmese craftsmanship.
13 x 22 in
Gross weight : 5974 grams
This is a wonderful Ewer from the Middle East.
With a streamlined floral pattern which
compliments the concept of a pitcher, the
pinnacle resembles a Dome which is an essential
part of the architectural canons of the region.
The mouth of the Ewer is elaborate and its
handle is arched to ensure ease while serving
and also has grooves to facilitate firm grip. The
ergonomics indicate that this Ewer was not a
mere showpiece but was utilised when the
aristocrats revelled and gathered together.
A set of two bangles in gold, with clusters of seed pearls accurately placed all around the ornament. Each pearl cluster has been carefully set in a distinct manner and separated from the adjoining set artistically. All the
pearls come together as a woven pearl mesh exhibits eye catching beauty. Incorporated hinges and screw lock makes it possible to be used for multiple wrists sizes and also ensures safety.
Total gross weight of approximately 94.66 grams, 65 mm diameter mounted in 18 carat gold
A Satlada is a seven-stringed pearl necklace; the
origin of this style is believed to be the port city of Basra or al-Ba rah. The city is located in Iraq abutting the river Shatt al-Arab. This particular piece comprises of seven strings of pearls, each suspended on a central openwork pendant of floral design. It is an exclusive kundan-set with a series of inverted
pear- shaped Feroza stone drops in its surrounding and includes two beautiful and complimenting bracelets. The satlada has been strung on an adjustable silk cord and mounted in 14K gold. The total weight is 243.600gms.Basra Satlada is popular among brides these days, this style of jewellery was once patronised by the Nizams of Hyderabad and therefore has a very aristocratic aura to it.
The total weight is 243.600 grams, necklace length