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  • The casket was presented to Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru by the Grain and Seeds Association, Mumbai.
  • Silver coin 1 Rupia. Portuguese overseas silver rupia for Estado da India (state of India) minted in silver.
  • Indo European Coinage. Silver coin; circular in shape
  • Indo European Coinage. Silver coin; irregular in shape
  • Indo Portuguese Coinage. Silver coin; irregular in shape
  • Indo Portuguese Coinage. Silver coin; circular in shape
  • The high, elegant huqqa is richly ornamented with silver enamelled work. The method of enamelling employed in India is called the champlev√©. In this process, the metal is engraved or chased to provide the metal is engraved or chased to provide the necessary depressions in which the enamel colours are applied and heated. The most finely inlaid enamelling huqqa with seven parts and long chains and gold zari pipe gives an aristocracy look with royal grandeur. The surface decoration consists of colourful flowers, leaves and animals patterns, the entire achieving an exceptional impression of the decorative art. The body of the huqqa is richly ornamented with fine blue green and yellow colours. The piece is decorated with floral sprays and creepers minakari work in silver. The base metal of huqqa is silver on which intricate enamelling is executed. Fine eight chains are hanging from the chillim as well as pieces of silver enamelled parts in well synchronize. The most attractive parts of the huqqa are its gold threaded pipe and gold mouth piece.
  • The tall, slender Surahi is richly ornamented with silver bidri work. The most finely inlaid bidri Surahi or wine flasks with long spout and handle. The surface decoration consists of flowers and leaves patterns, the whole achieving a rare impression of the decorative art. The body of the Surahi is richly ornamented with fine silver bidri ware. The piece is decorated with floral sprays and creepers inlaid in silver. The base metal of bidri is an alloy of zinc, copper and lead on which elaborate inlay is executed. Fine wares as well as pieces of silver inlaid in grooves. The most attractive parts of the Surahi are its handle and spout.
  • This is a ritual vessel used for storing holy water during Buddhist ceremonies.