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Woman Holding a Diadem Origin: Iran, Mid-19th century, Qajar Dynasty

Woman Holding a Diadem -

This is one of the series of full-length paintings showing court beauties, intended for the decoration of the Iranian ruler's palace. The woman's costume is a good indication of the date this painting was produced. During the rule of Muhammad Shah European culture made even greater inroads into Iran and had a particularly strong effect on fashions. Iranian women began to wear broad skirts recalling European crinolines. Here this kind of skirt is combined with typically Iranian details of…

Antique Persian Isfahan Qalamkar Blocked Print (detail). Qajar Dynasty 1795 -1925 A.D. Circa 1850.

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Antique Persian Isfahan Qalamkar Blocked Print (detail). Qajar Dynasty 1795 -1925 A.D. Circa 1850.

During the reign of Fathali Shah and by his order, a great throne was made under the supervision of Nezamoldoleh Mohammad Hossein Khan Sadr Isfahani, the governor of Isfahan, using gold and loose stones from the treasury. As a motif of the sun, encrusted with jewels, was used on the top of the throne, it became known as the Sun Throne. The throne was later called the Peacock Throne.

During the reign of Fathali Shah and by his order, a great throne was made under the supervision of Nezamoldoleh Mohammad Hossein Khan Sadr Isfahani, the governor of Isfahan, using gold and loose stones from the treasury. As a motif of the sun, encrusted with jewels, was used on the top of the throne, it became known as the Sun Throne. The throne was later called the Peacock Throne.

Knife - 1801 central asia Iran - treasury of khiva Qajar - I need to carry this around.

Knife - 1801 central asia Iran - treasury of khiva Qajar - I need to carry this around.

Persia. Iran, Qajars. Fath 'Ali Shah. As Shah, 1212-1250 A.H. (1797-1834 AD). Gold Toman, Khoy mint. Dated 1239 A.H. (1823/4 AD). 23mm, 4.58 grams. ref: KM 753. Beautiful specimen! Radiant, golden tone (not reddish as these photos suggest).

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Iran Nasir al Din Shah 1848-1896 (provisional issue 1264-1313) . 1/2 Toman provisional issue 1303 = 1886. KM 927. almost extremley fine  Dealer T...

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gold coin of 20 tomans of shah aga mohammad 1796

gold coin of 20 tomans of shah aga mohammad 1796

Two panels of earthenware tiles painted with polychrome glazes over a white glaze.  Qajar art, from the Qajar Dynasty of the late Persian Empire (1781-1925).

Two panels of earthenware tiles painted with polychrome glazes over a white glaze. Qajar art, from the Qajar Dynasty of the late Persian Empire (1781-1925).

Qajar Enamel Water Pipe Bowl With Human Figures And Floral Motifs, Persia (Iran)

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A QAJAR ENAMELLED GOLD QALIAN BOWL IRAN, MID 19TH CENTURY

A QAJAR ENAMELLED GOLD QALIAN BOWL

IRAN, MID 19TH CENTURY

شمعدان سلام عید ، شمعدان طلا، آراسته به لعل، زمرد، یاقوت، شرابه‎های مروارید و آویز زمرد. این شمعدان با جفت خود، در آیین «سلام» عید نوروز در دو سوی تخت طاووس قرار داده می‌شد و اوایل قرن 19 میلادی ساخته شده است.

شمعدان سلام عید ، شمعدان طلا، آراسته به لعل، زمرد، یاقوت، شرابه‎های مروارید و آویز زمرد. این شمعدان با جفت خود، در آیین «سلام» عید نوروز در دو سوی تخت طاووس قرار داده می‌شد و اوایل قرن 19 میلادی ساخته شده است.

Fat′h Ali Shah Qajar (Persian: فتح على شاه قاجار‎; var. Fathalishah, Fathali Shah, Fath Ali Shah; 5 September 1772 – 23 October 1834) was the second Qajar king of Iran.

Fat′h Ali Shah Qajar (Persian: فتح على شاه قاجار‎; var. Fathalishah, Fathali Shah, Fath Ali Shah; 5 September 1772 – 23 October 1834) was the second Qajar king of Iran.

gold enamel tray 19s iran

gold enamel tray 19s iran

Small Antique Persian Qajar Vessel, 19th C.