The third exhibition’s subject of the Moró Antik gallery was the coptic textiles, these very vulnerable and marvelous artworks. The 34 exhibited pieces were on loan from 7 Hungarian private collectors.
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Mongolian Thangka painting depicting Garwa Nagpo. Popular wrathful deity with one face and two hands, he is dark blue in colour, with three eyes....
Large Canton export famille rose cover jar of blauster form. 19th century. The body painted with figural scenery in bright enamels, intricately decorated with...
Hungarian empire sabre with gilt bronze hilt, scabbard and mounts. Hungarian coat-of-arms on the hilt. Between 1825 and 1848. Full length: 91 cm