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1st item: Large Watercolor on silk Indian Mughal style painting depicting a court scene, enclosed in a gilt foliate stenciled blue border. Unsigned. Parcel gilt frame. 32" x 21" sight, 35" x 24" framed. Late 19th to early 20th century. 2nd item: Five (5) handpainted watercolor on paper leaves illustrating scenes from a Middle Eastern book, all with calligraphy, float mounted together on a blue mat in a wide horizontal giltwood faux bamboo molded frame. Leaves approximately 8" x 6", frame 37"W x 12"H. 3rd and 4th items: Two framed watercolor on paper leaves from a Middle Eastern book, float mounted on blue mats in giltwood faux bamboo frames to match item #2. One measures 11" x 8" sight in a 15" x 11" frame, the other measures 10" x 6" in a 13" x 10" frame. All contain scenes of figures hunting, fishing, cooking and eating. 19th century or earlier.
PROVENANCE: The collection of Gerry Sadow, Nashville, Tennessee.
CONDITION: 1st item: a few tiny thin worn spots, notably to uppermost hilltop, overall very good condition. 2nd through 4th items: some edge chipping, light toning, grime and staining. Scattered holes up to 1/4".