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A diamond, ruby and enamelled gold sculpture of a lion attacking an ox.

Indian, probably Jaipur, Late 19th - early 20th century.

Measures 5.7 x 11.9cm and weighs 361 grams.

The animals are set with diamonds, rubies and decorated with gold and black enamel, each standing on an elongated base with polychrome enamel birds and floral motifs.

Restoration to each of the animals legs.

For a pair of similarly enamelled gold elephants that made £34,020, see Lot 317, ‘The Family Collection Of The Late Countess Mountbatten Of Burma’, Sotheby’s, New Bond Street, 24 March 2021.

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