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A SILVER ENGRAVED ALAM, HYDERABAD, INDIA, CIRCA 18TH CENTURY

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A SILVER ENGRAVED ALAM, HYDERABAD, INDIA, CIRCA 18TH CENTURY

A PARCEL GILT CALLIGRAPHIC PROCESSIONAL STANDARD ('ALAM) -  DECCAN, POSSIBLY BIDAR, 18TH CENTURY

A PARCEL GILT CALLIGRAPHIC PROCESSIONAL STANDARD ('ALAM) - DECCAN, POSSIBLY BIDAR, 18TH CENTURY

A LARGE OTTOMAN GILT-COPPER (TOMBAK) FINIAL OTTOMAN TURKEY OR PROVINCES, 17TH/18TH CENTURY Rising from the faceted conical foot through the rounded shaft to two large rounded fluted bosses tapering slightly at end with crescent-shaped faceted finial with pointed ends 31in. (78.8cm.) high

A LARGE OTTOMAN GILT-COPPER (TOMBAK) FINIAL OTTOMAN TURKEY OR PROVINCES, 17TH/18TH CENTURY Rising from the faceted conical foot through the rounded shaft to two large rounded fluted bosses tapering slightly at end with crescent-shaped faceted finial with pointed ends 31in. (78.8cm.) high

A CUT-BRASS STANDARD ('ALAM) - INDIA, 19TH CENTURY

A CUT-BRASS STANDARD ('ALAM) - INDIA, 19TH CENTURY

A Cut-Brass Calligraphic ‘Alam Signed by Muhammad Ma’sum, India, Deccan, dated DHU Al-HIJJA 1095/November-December 1684 AD - Sothebys

A Cut-Brass Calligraphic ‘Alam Signed by Muhammad Ma’sum, India, Deccan, dated DHU Al-HIJJA 1095/November-December 1684 AD - Sothebys

A Cut-Brass Calligraphic ‘Alam Signed by Muhammad Ma’sum, India, Deccan, dated DHU Al-HIJJA 1095/November-December 1684 AD - Sothebys

A Cut-Brass Calligraphic ‘Alam Signed by Muhammad Ma’sum, India, Deccan, dated DHU Al-HIJJA 1095/November-December 1684 AD - Sothebys

Ottoman Alem was placed on the top of the imperial tents or flags. They can easily be seen in miniatures depicting the Ottoman army on the march. They often had inscriptions on them from the Quran and sometimes there were floral motifs filling in any empty spaces. They could be made of copper, bronze, brass, iron and gold. Only in the 19th century did these standards started to incorporate a star and crescent moon.

Ottoman Alem was placed on the top of the imperial tents or flags. They can easily be seen in miniatures depicting the Ottoman army on the march. They often had inscriptions on them from the Quran and sometimes there were floral motifs filling in any empty spaces. They could be made of copper, bronze, brass, iron and gold. Only in the 19th century did these standards started to incorporate a star and crescent moon.

Ottoman Alem was placed on the top of the imperial tents or flags. They can easily be seen in miniatures depicting the Ottoman army on the march. They often had inscriptions on them from the Quran and sometimes there were floral motifs filling in any empty spaces. They could be made of copper, bronze, brass, iron and gold. Only in the 19th century did these standards started to incorporate a star and crescent moon.

Ottoman Alem was placed on the top of the imperial tents or flags. They can easily be seen in miniatures depicting the Ottoman army on the march. They often had inscriptions on them from the Quran and sometimes there were floral motifs filling in any empty spaces. They could be made of copper, bronze, brass, iron and gold. Only in the 19th century did these standards started to incorporate a star and crescent moon.

India Deccan Ceremonial Standard ('Alam), 17th/18th century

India Deccan Ceremonial Standard ('Alam), 17th/18th century

Terminal of a Standard Author:	 Country:	Turkey Collection:	Arms and Armour Date:	Late 17th - early 18th century Technique:	chased, chiselled out, rivetted and gilded

Terminal of a Standard Author: Country: Turkey Collection: Arms and Armour Date: Late 17th - early 18th century Technique: chased, chiselled out, rivetted and gilded

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