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Showing 153 results for India (Coromandel Coast), for the European market
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India (Coromandel Coast), for the Sri Lankan market
first quarter of the 18th century
India (Coromandel Coast), for the European market
first quarter of the 18th century
India (Coromandel Coast), for the European market
ca. 1765
India (probably Coromandel Coast), for the European market
1750–1800
Northern Indian, for the Western market
ca. 1775
Joachim Beuckelaer
1568
hilt, Japanese, made for the European market
hilt, ca. 1700; blade, ca. 1700–1725
Indian, Coromandel Coast, for British market
before 1763
Indian, Coromandel Coast, for Dutch market
third quarter 18th century
India (Coromandel Coast), for the Japanese market
late 17th–early 18th century
India (Coromandel Coast), for Indonesian market
ca. 1720s
F. & C. Osler
ca. 1850
Indian, Coromandel Coast, for export market
first quarter 18th century
late 17th century
Indian, Coromandel Coast, for European market
1775–85
India (Coromandel Coast), for the Japanese market
18th century
Indian, Coromandel Coast, for European market
mid-18th century
India (Coromandel Coast), for the Thai market
18th century
Chinese, made for the European or American market
ca. 1700–1800
Bernard II van Risenburgh
ca. 1740–45
Indian (Coromandel Coast), for the European market
mid-18th century
India (Coromandel Coast), for the Dutch market
early 18th century
David Morier
ca. 1751–60
Indian, Coromandel Coast and Central European, for European market
ca. 1725, patched and reassembled in current form ca. 1775
Indian Subcontinent, probably Coromandel Coast region, for the European market
1720–40
ca.1600
Indian, Coromandel Coast, for Western market
1783–89
India (Coromandel Coast), for the Dutch market
first quarter of the 18th century
India (Coromandel Coast), for the Thai market
18th century
India, Gujarat
late 16th century
18th century
India, Coromandel Coast
late 18th century
1700–1740
Indian, Coromandel Coast (Pondicherry), for Western market
1783–89
India (Coromandel Coast, for Thai market)
late 18th century
18th century
16th century
Bernard II van Risenburgh
ca. 1745–49
Bernard II van Risenburgh
ca. 1745–49
Indian, West Bengal, made for the European market
ca. 1675–1700