COLLECTION OF QAJAR COCO DE MER KASHKULS, PERSIA, 19TH CENTURY

COLLECTION OF QAJAR COCO DE MER KASHKULS, PERSIA, 19TH CENTURY

£70,000

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A fine and exquisite quality Kashkuls, the collection consist of 13 Kashkuls in the typical form, profusely engraved with inscription-filled.

Dimensions: H: 18cm, W: 32cm, D: 19cm (Size of one Kashkul)

Kashkul referred to as the beggar's bowl is a container carried by wandering Dervishes and used to collect money and other goods usually after a street session of poetry recitation, religious eulogies, advice or entertainment.

Dervish is refer to a members of a Sufi fraternity, or more narrowly to a religious mendicant, who chose or accepted material poverty.

Dimensions:

Height 18 cm / 7 14"
Width 32 cm / 12 34"
Depth 19 cm / 7 12"
Medium

Coconut

Country

Iran (Islamic Republic of)

Condition

Very Good