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Vanity Case, Mughal Emerald, ca. 1930

…a black enamel border, flanked by curved diamond-set tabs to open the case; interior fitted with a mirror and two compartments Vanity Case, Mughal Emerald, ca. 1930; enamel, gold, carved…

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Mughal Royal Family- Watercolour drawing.

A member of a Mughal royal family. Watercolor drawing by an unknown artist….

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Posthumous Portrait of Raja Man Singh, Kacchwaha rule of Amber

Raja Man Singh (1550–1614) was the Rajput Raja (ruler) of Amber, a state later known as Jaipur. He was considered one of the nine gems (ratna) of Mughal Emperor Akbar’s…

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Dagger with Sheath

Credit: Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935Culture: Indian, MughalAccession Number: 36.25.659a, bLearn more on The Met’s website…

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Dagger with Sheath

Credit: Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935Culture: Hilt, Indian, Mughal; blade, Turkish or IndianAccession Number: 36.25.666a, bLearn more on The Met’s website…

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Dagger (Katar)

Credit: Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935Culture: South Indian, MughalAccession Number: 36.25.696Learn more on The Met’s website…

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Dagger (Katar) and Sheath

Credit: Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935Culture: Indian, MughalAccession Number: 36.25.973a, bLearn more on The Met’s website…

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Dagger (Pesh-kabz) with Sheath

Credit: Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935Culture: Indian, MughalAccession Number: 36.25.700a, bLearn more on The Met’s website…

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Dagger (Khanjar)

Credit: Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935Culture: Indian, Mughal or DeccanAccession Number: 36.25.705Learn more on The Met’s website…

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Dagger (Khanjar)

Credit: Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935Culture: Indian, Mughal or DeccanAccession Number: 36.25.706Learn more on The Met’s website…

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