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Lot 215

To be sold with no reserve A bronze figure of the bull Nandi and a bronze figure of an ox,...

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Lot 215

To be sold with no reserve
A bronze figure of the bull Nandi and a bronze figure of an ox,...

Price Realised: £65

Estimate: £400 - £600

Price realised is hammer price plus fees (30% Buyers Premium inclusive of VAT).

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Lot 215


To be sold with no reserve

A bronze figure of the bull Nandi and a bronze figure of an ox, probably South India, late 18th-early 19th century, Nandi depicted standing and mounted on a rectangular base, the head turned, with incised floriate decoration to hind and fore quarters, and decorated saddle cloth, a yoni offering vessel mounted on its back; the ox standing and with head stuck forward, the tongue protruding, decorated with raised bands of decoration, double crescent moons to forehead, 13.1cm. high; 9cm. high (2)

Provenance: Private UK Collection 

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