Updated on: 5th Mar 2020
Origin: India
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Bidriware hookah

Bidriware hookah Some rights reserved Source Randhirreddy at English Wikipedia

Bidriware hookah - an oriental tobacco pipe with a long, flexible tube which draws the smoke through water contained in a bowl.

Bidriware wine decanter

Bidriware wine decanter Some rights reserved SourceRandhirreddy at English Wikipedia

Bidriware wine decanter

Bidriware vases and decanter

Bidriware vases and decanter Some rights reserved SourceRandhirreddy at English Wikipedia

Bidriware vases and decanter

Bidriware vases

Bidriware vases Some rights reserved Source Randhirreddy at English Wikipedia

Bidriware vases

Bidriware

Bidriware SourceManjunath Doddamani Gajendragad at en.wikipedia

Bidriware

Bidriware 2

Bidriware 2 Some rights reserved SourceSankoswal

Bidriware 2

Water pipe base

Water pipe base SourceOmer123hussain

Water pipe base

Bidriware, flower vase

Bidriware, flower vase SourceAnand2202

Bidriware, flower vase

Bidriware 3

Bidriware 3 Some rights reserved SourceShivapriya Sulgante

Bidriware 3

Crafting a bidriware vase

Crafting a bidriware vase in Bidar, Karnataka Some rights reserved SourceKalyan Neelamraju

Crafting a bidriware vase in Bidar, Karnataka

Hookah base, Louvre Museum

Hookah base, Louvre Museum SourceJastrow

Hookah base. Louvre Museum. Polished and blackened alloy of copper, zinc, lead and tin, inlaid with silver.

Bidri ware flask with flower motifs

Bidri ware flask with flower motifs Some rights reserved SourceFrans Vandewalle

Bidri ware flask with flower motifs. Indian 'bidri' ware flask with flower motifs. Bidriware is since the 19th century an important export metal handicraft of India, due to its striking inlay artwork. The metal used is an alloy of zinc and copper, blackened by a sal ammoniac containing paste, however leaving the striking inlaid silver decoration unaffected. India, Deccan, 18th century AD. October 4, 2012, Canon 7D.

Bidri

Bidri Some rights reserved SourceXenophon

Bidri. Jodhpur ( Rajastan / India ). Meranghar Fort Museum - Bidriware from Bidar / Hyderabad ( 18th century )

Bidriware 4

Bidriware 4 Some rights reserved SourceShijualex

Bidriware 4. Photograph took from crafts museum

Bidri art work

Bidri art work Some rights reserved SourceB.K.Viswanadh

Bidri art work. Bidri handi craft,and Bidriware works from hydarabad, Telangana.

Bidri art work (4)

Bidri art work (4) Some rights reserved SourceB.K.Viswanadh

Bidri art work (4). Bidri handi craft,and Bidriware works from Hyderabad, Telangana.

Plate

Plate from India, Bidar, 17th century, zinc alloy with silver inlay. Honolulu Academy of Arts SourceHiart

Plate from India, Bidar, 17th century, zinc alloy with silver inlay. Honolulu Academy of Arts

Vessel

Bidriware art in craft museum Some rights reserved SourceSiddharth0365

Bidriware art in craft museum. This vessel was mainly used for storing liquor in the olden days.

Bidri art work (2)

Bidri art work (2) Some rights reserved SourceB.K.Viswanadh

Bidri art work (2). Bidri handi craft,and Bidriware works from hydarabad, Telangana.

Pictures clicked in Chowmahal palace, Hyderabad, India. Bidri craft.

Pictures clicked in Chowmahal palace, Hyderabad, India. Bidri craft. Some rights reserved SourceBalajijagadesh

Pictures clicked in Chowmahal palace, Hyderabad, India. Bidri craft.

CHOWMAHALLA PALACE Hyderabad (68)

CHOWMAHALLA PALACE Hyderabad Dr. Murali Mohan Gurram (68) Some rights reserved SourceDr Murali Mohan Gurram

Pictures clicked in Chowmahal palace, Hyderabad, India. Bidri craft.

Bidri art work (5)

Bidri art work (5) Some rights reserved SourceB.K.Viswanadh

Bidri art work (5). Bidri handi craft,and Bidriware works from hydarabad, Telangana.

Bidri art work (7)

Bidri art work (7) Some rights reserved SourceB.K.Viswanadh

Bidri art work (7). Bidri handi craft,and Bidriware works from hydarabad, Telangana.

Bidri art work (1)

Bidri art work (1) Some rights reserved SourceB.K.Viswanadh

Bidri art work (1). Bidri handi craft,and Bidriware works from hydarabad, Telangana.

Bidri art work (6)

Bidri art work (6) Some rights reserved SourceB.K.Viswanadh

Bidri art work (6). Bidri handi craft,and Bidriware works from hydarabad, Telangana.

Bidri work on hukka stand

Bidri work on hukka stand Some rights reserved SourceSiddharth0365

Bidri work on hukka stand. Bidri is a folk art originating from the city of Bidar in Karnataka. And later gradually this art started being used in Hyderabad city of Andhra Pradesh.

Base for a Water Pipe (Huqqa) with Irises

Base for a Water Pipe (Huqqa) with Irises Sourcewww.metmuseum.org

Base for a Water Pipe (Huqqa) with Irises. late 17th century. Zinc alloy; cast, engraved, inlaid with brass (bidri ware)

Bidri Box for Holding Pan

Bidri Box for Holding Pan Sourcewww.metmuseum.org

Bidri Box for Holding Pan. early–mid 17th century. Zinc alloy; cast, engraved, inlaid with silver and brass (bidri ware)

Pan Box in the Shape of a Duck

Pan Box in the Shape of a Duck Sourcewww.metmuseum.org

Pan Box in the Shape of a Duck, ca. 1700, India (Deccan). Bidri (zinc alloy with inlay of brass and silver)

Base for a Water Pipe (Huqqa) with Poetry and Flowers

Base for a Water Pipe (Huqqa) with Poetry and Flowers Sourcewww.metmuseum.org

Base for a Water Pipe (Huqqa) with Poetry and Flowers. early 18th century. Zinc alloy; cast, engraved, inlaid with silver and brass (bidri ware)

Spittoon

Spittoon Sourcewww.metmuseum.org

Spittoon. early 19th century. Zinc alloy; cast, engraved, inlaid with silver (bidri ware)

Plate

Plate Sourcewww.metmuseum.org

Plate. 18th–19th century. Zinc alloy; cast, engraved, inlaid with silver (bidri ware)

Spittoon in double bell design

Spittoon in double bell design Sourcewww.metmuseum.org

Spittoon in double bell design. late 18th–early 19th century. Zinc and copper alloy; cast, engraved, inlaid with silver (bidri ware)

Water pipe top

Water pipe top Sourcewww.metmuseum.org

Water pipe top. 19th century. Zinc alloy; cast, engraved, inlaid with brass (bidri ware)

Water pipe top 2

Water pipe top 2 Sourcewww.metmuseum.org

Water pipe top 2. 19th century. Attributed to India, probably Purnia, Bihar. Zinc alloy; cast, engraved, inlaid with brass (bidri ware)

Globular Ewer

Globular Ewer Sourcewww.metmuseum.org

Globular Ewer. 18th century. Attributed to India, Deccan, Bidar. Zinc and copper alloy; cast, engraved, inlaid with silver (bidri ware).

Water Pipe Base

Water Pipe Base Sourcewww.metmuseum.org

Water Pipe Base. 18th–19th century. Attributed to India, Deccan, Bidar. Zinc alloy; cast, engraved, inlaid with silver and brass (bidri ware)

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