Plates from the “Memorials of the Jeypore Exhibition 1883,” which is one of a set of four volumes that was authored by Thomas Holbein Hendley and commissioned by the visionary Mahārāja of Jaipur. These images from Volume I.

“1. Crutch and part of Staff of Maharája Mán Singh of Jeypore (Died AD 1615). Jade set with gems, and gold enamel. 2. Ornamentation of the Staff shewn (sic) in detail. Page 76. Plate I. Drawn by Rákhi Shand, Múrli. Collections of and digitalized by the Getty Research Institute. In the public domain due to age. via https://archive.org/details/memorialsofjeypo00hend/page/76/mode/2up
“Designs for Modern Enamel. 1. Three plaques of Pertabgarh quasi-enamel. 2. A salver of Jeypore gold enamel. 3. Three plaques of Múltán silver enamel. The remaining illustrations are of Jeypore enamel.” Page 78. Plate II. Drawn by Rám Buksh, School of Art, Jeypore. Collections of and digitalized by the Getty Research Institute. In the public domain due to age. via https://archive.org/details/memorialsofjeypo00hend/page/78/mode/2up
“1. Portion of a Sword and Scabbard, 30 years old Hilt, steel inlaid with gold wire; Scabbard, wood covered with green velvet. Mounts, Gold enamel. Armoury of H.H. The Mahārāja of Ulwar, Rājputāna.” Page 80. Plate III. Collections of and digitalized by the Getty Research Institute. In the public domain due to age. via https://archive.org/details/memorialsofjeypo00hend/page/80/mode/2up
“1. Knife “Chhuri”; Hilt, silver enameled; probably Turkish. 2 and 3. Dagger “Peshkbaz”; Handle, bone; Sheath, wood covered with red velvet; Mounts, silver enamel. Armoury of H.H. The Mahārāja of Jeypore.” Page 84. Plate V. Collections of and digitalized by the Getty Research Institute. In the public domain due to age. via https://archive.org/details/memorialsofjeypo00hend/page/84/mode/2up

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