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A 19th Century Indian Rosewood Model of A Temple

Of naive but exceptionally executed form, incorporating the majority rosewood, teak and maple, bone, ivory, and mother of pearl. The base constructed of intricately cut parquetry, against a mirrored back, all enclosed within a glazed cabinet.

Provenance: Formerly in the collection of Geoffrey Bennison (“Geoffrey Bennison: Master Decorator” by Gillian Newberry, 2015).

Height: 58 cm
Width: 59 cm
Depth: 34 cm

£18,500