Pair of Antique Middle Eastern Persian Qajar Brass Vases Early 20th Century. DESCRIPTION: A Pair of Vases with Amazing Detail!! Large Repousse Cartouches with finely chased Dancing Ladies are interspersed with smaller medallions of the busts of noblemen. Between all of the cartouches and medallions are finely hand hammered repousse and chased birds, vines and flowers. These vases were crafted as a matched pair.I think these are most likely early 20th Century Persian Qajar vases. Note that the inside of the vase looks like sand. Don't know if that means anything about the age. SIZE: The vases are about 10" Tall x 6-1/2" Diameter at the shoulder (25.4 x 16.5 cm). The openings are about 4-3/8 across. The vases are set into wooden stands that are 1-1/2" thick, so the total height is about 11-1/2". The stands are about 6 Square. CONDITION: Very Good Antique Condition. I see a small dent in the foot of one vase (see photos 6 & 7 - same dent) and a small, hard to notice, 3/8.95 cm tear in the neck indention of the same vase (Last Photo). AS ALWAYS, I unconditionally guarantee that you will be satisfied.
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