- published: 22 Dec 2015
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Ofer Shagan has built up his collection by acquiring many existing older collections, insisting never to include items that were collected recently. As former antique dealer he has worked to bring to the world the finest works of many cultures, while preserving traditional cultural sites and allowing tribal art to remain in its native environment. Ofer Shagan has written and published five books in Japanese about his collection, including Tounar Ajia Bijutsu to Rekishi (South East Asian Art and History;2000) and Madumi Tai no Kasuri (Thai-Mudmee Textiles with Figures; 1998),as well as more then 300 articles in various fine art and antique magazines. The items appearing on this site are all from the Shagan Collection. The Shagan Collection, owned by Mr. Ofer Shagan, comprises several ver...
A beautiful Indian Box, decorated with paint work, brass mounted with a handmade lock and handle. The interior has a secret compartment. The box has had repairs as shown: 11 inches by 7 inches by 8 inches in height.
A Jade amphora, a ruby and emerald studded sword hilt from the Mughal empire and a pair of diamond polki ear-rings. Indian antique jewellery at its best... Earrings: (7 cms X 3.5 cms) Karan pjool jhumkas. 18th Century earrings from Hyderabad with large polkas. Jade wine flask: (10 cms X 25 cms) 18th Century Jade flask with rubies, spinel and emeralds. Sword hilt: (17 cms X 11 cms) Late 17th / early 18th Century. Mainly rubies but with a few emeralds. This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The collection comprises of 150, 000+ hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, XDCAM and 4K. Write to us for licen...
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Antique gramophones, wall clocks, nautical items and much more! within there wonderland of antiques, they have unbelievable collections of gold decorative items. The original gramophones in this collection cost anywhere between Rs 4,000 to 6,000, while the imitations can be bought as cheap as Rs 1,500 to 2,500. You can get your old gramophones repaired, parts replaced, tuned up and oiled for a mere Rs 100-500, depending upon the extent of work. This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of 50, 000+ hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, XDCAM and 4K. Write ...
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The 'India' exhibit, British Museum, London. Objects in the Indian collections of the Department date from some of the earliest civilisations in the Indus valley, about 7000 years ago. It includes an important collection of prehistoric material from the Nilgiri mountains in southern India. As well as ancient artifacts, the Indian collections include excellent examples of pottery, art (including many rare Mughal paintings), traditional scriptwork, and a large display of sculpture, including carvings from the Great Stupa at Amaravati. India is also represented in the money collections, with a large number of coins dating back to the 4th century BC. Vic Stefanu, email@example.com
Very special antique bowl said to be dated 15th century. The following are some of the characteristics of the bowl. 1. When you pour whole milk in the bowl and leave it for 3-4 hours, it will separate the fat from the milk, which you can see it from the video. The reason for very less fat collection was due to the fat content in the milk (2%). 2. When you pour water full and just rub on the brim, it will generate small water fountains of height 3-4 inches, which we can see in the video in the second part. 3. Finally when you rub on the brim with fingers as shown in the video (last part), it generates various musical sounds. This is from India and the possessor wants to sell this if anyone is interested.
Why do Indian artifacts feature in lists of smuggled historical antiques all over the world? Why is the country not doing more to protect the rich cultural heritage that we have? Why do we not have more security and resources to combat this illegal trade of our culture and heritage? For more news from Headlines Today visit https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZdjh94PIFy6fDekDtWRRJQ