Not on view

The interwoven and symmetrical organization of the scrolling stems and leaves of the side panels follows a gracious design common in Timurid objects and architecture and can also be seen in the tile panels and stuccowork of the buildings at Bidar. The auspicious dragon heads along the legs of this object are also part of a shared decorative vocabulary.

Brazier, Bronze; cast and chased

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