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Gold, Silver & Bronze
from Mughal India

Mark Zebrowski

During the fabled Mughal age, the craftsmen of the Sultans and Rajahs of India produced an astonishing variety of objects in gold and gold enamel, silver, brass, bronze, gilt copper and the Deccani alloy known as bidri. This, the first book on the subject, illustrates all the great surviving objects, the majority of which have never been published before and are unknown to the western connoisseur.

"The book is finely produced and will give pleasure, amusement and information to specialists and non-specialists alike"
The Burlington Magazine

Published: 1997
Size: 31.2 x 24.4 cm
Pages: 368
Illustrations: 645; 117 in colour
Binding: Hardbound
ISBN: 1-85669-115-2
Price: 75.00
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