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Three two-colour gold and enamelled zarfs, Switzerland for the Ottoman market, early 19th century
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Three two-colour gold and enamelled zarfs, Switzerland for the Ottoman market, early 19th century
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Three two-colour gold and enamelled zarfs, Switzerland for the Ottoman market, early 19th century
one enamelled in duck-egg blue and scattered with small posies of flowers and fruit within taille d'épargne leaf borders (with old collector label to interior '7/123'); one with a crest-cut rim, painted 'en plein' with small panels of flowers against a 'taille d'epargne' scroll and feather ground mainly in pale blue and pink enamel; the third with three medallions painted with musical emblems, trophies and flowers on pink enamel ground, red rim, base set with a Turkish inscription
Quantity: 3
5.5cm; 5.6cm; 5.5cm. height.
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“Its owner and possessor ... Ibrahim Pasha, governor of Jeddah.”

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