This silver salver from Kutch, Gujarat, is circular in form and rests on three cast feet. It is finely chased all over with motifs typical of the Islamic-inspired dense foliage and flower work that was patronized during the Colonial era. Motifs of animals and hunters are also projected in bas-relief. The tray’s openwork border, repeated in the same floral and foliate motif, has been applied with a cast rim. The design and the quality of craftsmanship is very closely reminiscent of the finesse of Oomersi Mawji pieces, one of the most celebrated Indian silversmiths of all time.
Size:Small: 11-inch x 11-inch, Medium: 20-inch x 20-inch, and Custom Size:Go to Ask Question.
Material of Print:Archival Paper Print or Canvas Print
Material of Frame:Wooden
Weight:50 grams without Frame and 1.5 kg with Frame (approximately)
Care:Wipe with clean dry cloth to remove dust. Keep away from water.
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