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Thai bronze torso of Buddha 1335 to 1550
Item# 10118    $1100
Thai bronze torso of Buddha 1335 to 1550

Bronze torso of Buddha, Thailand circa 1335 to 1550, Ayudthya period. measures 3.75 " high, 5 inches with wood base. Purchased in 1962 for $25 from Edgar Mayhew. Appraised in 1992 buy Harmer Rooke NY for $200-400. The Ayutthaya Kingdom Thai pronunciation: [ʔajúttʰajaː]; also spelled Ayudhya or Ayodhaya) was a Siamese kingdom that existed from 1351 to 1767. Ayutthaya was friendly towards foreign traders, including the Chinese, Vietnamese, Portuguese, Indians, Japanese, Koreans, Persians, and later the Spaniards, Dutch, English, and French, permitting them to set up villages outside the walls of the capital, also called Ayutthaya. In the 16th century, it was described by foreign traders as one of the biggest and wealthiest cities in the East. The court of King Narai (1656–1688) had strong links with that of King Louis XIV of France, whose ambassadors compared the city in size and wealth to Paris. By 1550, the kingdom's vassals included some city-states in the Malay Peninsula, Sukhothai, Lan Na and parts of Burma and Cambodia. This part of the kingdom's history is sometimes referred to as "The Ayutthayan Empire".

 
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14th c Thai bronze hand of Buddha
Item# 10115    $900
14th c Thai bronze hand of Buddha

14thc bronze hand of Buddha. Thailand, Ayudthya period. Measures 8 inches high by 4 inches deep and 2.25 inches wide including the stand. Excellent patina. Purchased for $25 from Edgar Mayhew in 1964 in Isam, north of Bangkok (now in ruins). Appraised in 1992 by Harmer Rooke NY for $150-350. The Ayutthaya Kingdom Thai pronunciation: [ʔajúttʰajaː]; also spelled Ayudhya or Ayodhaya) was a Siamese kingdom that existed from 1351 to 1767. Ayutthaya was friendly towards foreign traders, including the Chinese, Vietnamese, Portuguese, Indians, Japanese, Koreans, Persians, and later the Spaniards, Dutch, English, and French, permitting them to set up villages outside the walls of the capital, also called Ayutthaya. In the 16th century, it was described by foreign traders as one of the biggest and wealthiest cities in the East. The court of King Narai (1656–1688) had strong links with that of King Louis XIV of France, whose ambassadors compared the city in size and wealth to Paris. By 1550, the kingdom's vassals included some city-states in the Malay Peninsula, Sukhothai, Lan Na and parts of Burma and Cambodia. This part of the kingdom's history is sometimes referred to as "The Ayutthayan Empire".

 
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European 19th c pewter pitcher and bowl
Item# 10100    $750
European 19th c pewter pitcher and bowl

European 19th century pewter pitcher and bowl. The pitcher measures 11 inches tall and the bowl measures 13.5 inches across by 3 inches deep. Fine original condition with a beautiful patina from years of use. No damages or repairs. The lines on this true matched set are simple and elegant. Each piece bears identical marks.

 
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Antique Moroccan copper and silver teapot
Item# 10095    $675
Antique Moroccan copper and silver teapot

Antique Moroccan copper kettle with brass and pure silver overlay. 19th century. Measures 11 inches high, 11.5 inches wide across the spout, and 8 inches wide across the body. Excellent condition.

 
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Antique Indian bronze urli  temple bowl
Item# 10093    $3800
Antique Indian bronze urli  temple bowl

Decorate a table or counter top with this elegant bronze cooking pot from southern India. The antique urli (temple bowl) has a neoclassical shape, wide and shallow with rolled handles on both sides ending in raised heart-shaped cartouches. An urli is a traditional pot suspended over a fire to cook and serve food in temples and at holy sites on festival days. The name urli is derived from the Tamil word "urulai" which means a round bowl. Smaller urlis were used in homes for cooking and in Ayurveda to make medicines. Today many Indians use them to float flowers in. One could also use this as an impressive centerpiece bowl, or as a fountain or planter in an atrium or on a patio. Excellent original unpolished condition. Two firing cracks in base. Measures 32" diameter x 9.5" high.

 
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