Sikh Art Watch – Oct 21 – Sikh Art Auction at Christies

A SEATED PORTRAIT OF A SIKH RAJA
PUNJAB, NORTH-WESTERN INDIA, CIRCA 1840 – Auction at Christies

Sikh Art Watch – Oct 21 2016 - Sikh Art Auction at Christies

Auction Date: Christies Sale 12283
Arts & Textiles of the Islamic & Indian Worlds
21 October 2016, London, South Kensington
Lot# 306
Estimate: USD 2,552 – USD 3,828
Sold:

CATALOGUE NOTEA SEATED PORTRAIT OF A SIKH RAJA
PUNJAB, NORTH-WESTERN INDIA, CIRCA 1840
Possibly Ranjit Singh’s son Kharak Singh (1802-40), opaque pigments heightened with gold on paper, possibly Maharaja Kharak Singh (r. 1802-1840), mounted, framed and glazed
8 x 5 5/8in. (20.2 x 14.2cm.)


FOUR SIKH CHAKRAMS
NORTH INDIA, 19TH CENTURY – Auction at Christies

Sikh Art Watch – Oct 21 2016 - Sikh Art Auction at Christies

Auction Date: Christies Sale 12283
Arts & Textiles of the Islamic & Indian Worlds
21 October 2016, London, South Kensington
Lot#335
Estimate: USD 2,552 – USD 3,190
Sold:

CATALOGUE NOTE — FOUR SIKH CHAKRAMS
NORTH INDIA, 19TH CENTURY
One of watered steel
The larger 9 ¼in. (23.5cm.) diam; the smaller 6 ¾in. (17.2cm.) diam.


A SIKH JANAMSAKHI MANUSCRIPT
SIGNED PARBHATA SINGH, PUNJAB, NORTH INDIA, DATED VS 1889/1832 AD – Auction at Christies

Sikh Art Watch – Oct 21 2016 - Sikh Art Auction at Christies

Auction Date: 10 June 2013  Arts of India Sale-9917
Lot#336
Estimate: USD 1,914 – USD 3,190
Sold:

CATALOGUE NOTE — A SIKH JANAMSAKHI MANUSCRIPT
SIGNED PARBHATA SINGH, PUNJAB, NORTH INDIA, DATED VS 1889/1832 AD
The complete work on the biography of Guru Nanak, founder of the Sikh religion, Gurmukhi script on paper, 11ll. to the page, red and black rules at either side, in stamped soft morocco
Folio 6 ½ x 9 ½in. (16.5 x 24cm.)



Lot 372
A SIKH PARCEL-GILT SILVER CEREMONIAL AXE (TABARZIN)
POSSIBLY LAHORE, PUNJAB, LATE 18TH CENTURY
– AMRITSAR, 20TH CENTURY – Auction at Christies

Sikh Art Watch – Oct 21 2016 - Sikh Art Auction at Christies

Auction Date: Christies Sale 12283
Arts & Textiles of the Islamic & Indian Worlds
21 October 2016, London, South Kensington
Lot# 372
Estimate: USD 1,914 – USD 2,552
Sold:

CATALOGUE NOTE — A SIKH PARCEL-GILT SILVER CEREMONIAL AXE (TABARZIN)
POSSIBLY LAHORE, PUNJAB, LATE 18TH CENTURY
Engraved with floral decoration
22in. (56cm.) long

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