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A square, brass lock with a carving on one side.  The key as geometric shapes instead of teeth.
African (African (general, continental cultures))
Brass Lock
20th century
Gift of Denise Miner Stanford
2010/2.10
Carved wooden architectural fragment consisting of a figure wearing decorative-sleeved clothing, standing with legs crossed and holding a staff.
Indian (Indian (South Asian))
Guardian Figure
18th century
Gift of Professor Walter M. and Nesta R. Spink
2017/2.137
A headless figure sits cross-legged, with hands folded in its lap, on a pedestal. The pedestal is adorned by two animals facing outward away from each other. To the left side of the figure are two smaller figures, the one on the viewer's left is headless and the one on the right has a crest behind its head.
Indian (Indian (South Asian))
Seated Buddha
5th century
Gift of Professor Walter M. and Nesta R. Spink
2016/2.378
A terracotta block, probably originally part of a frieze around a building, with molded and incised design.
Indian (Indian (South Asian))
Lion attacking a quadruped (architectural fragment)
200 – 399
Gift of Mark W. and Iuliana Phillips
1994/1.77
A curved stone, originally a facing on the drum of a small stupa, carved with a narrative scene.
Artist Unknown, Gandhara (Ancient Pakistan and Afghanistan)
Scene from the Life of the Buddha: Conception (architectural fragment)
100 – 299
Gift of Iuliana and Mark Phillips
1997/2.37
A curved stone, originally a facing on the drum of a small stupa, carved with a narrative scene.
Artist Unknown, Gandhara (Ancient Pakistan and Afghanistan)
Scenes from the Life of the Buddha: Adoration of the Buddha Dimpakara, Conception, Prophecy, Birth (architectural fragment)
100 – 299
Gift of Iuliana and Mark Phillips
1997/2.36
This mosaic panel depicts flowers and tendrils against a background with both a chevron pattern and a round flower-like patten.  Along either side is a tapering beige element that is half of a blade of a plant; when joined with another panel, they create a full plant blade. [fragment]
Louis Comfort Tiffany
Element from a mosaic frieze, entrance hall of the H.O. Havemeyer House New York (one of 10 elements)
1890 – 1891
University purchase 1930, transferred to the Museum of Art, 1986.146.8I
1986.146.8I
Gilt metal balustrade fragment from staircase in Havemeyer house. Vertical rods alternate with S-shaped metal design with milky opalescent "commas" in the "S". These alternating elements are held together with soft metal joins; the glass pieces are set loosely in their metal mounts.
Louis Comfort Tiffany
Balustrade, portion from the third floor stairwell of the Henry O. Havemeyer house, New York
1890 – 1891
University purchase 1930, transferred to the Museum of Art
1986.146.6
This mosaic panel depicts flowers and tendrils against a background with both a chevron pattern and a round flower-like patten. Along either side is a tapering beige element that is half of a blade of a plant; when joined with another panel, they create a full plant blade.
Louis Comfort Tiffany
Element from a mosaic frieze, entrance hall of the H.O. Havemeyer House, New York
1890 – 1891
University purchase 1930, transferred to the Museum of Art, 1986.146.8B
1986.146.8B
This column fragment consists of a base with a seated jina in the center with a tiered umbrella above him under an elaborate arch flanked by two figures to either side—two male and dancing females at the outside.  Three virtually identical bands above it represent smaller seated jinas in less elaborate pavilions.  A pair of male cauri bearers with a devotional male on the outside flanks each of the two central figures.  The top figure is flanked by the pair of cauri bearers, but with an elephant surmounted by a lion figure on either side.   There is no cognizance present to identify any of the four jinas, all are depicted in lotus position and their hands in dhyana mudra, a meditation gesture.   <br />
Artist Unknown, India, Rajasthan or Gujarat, Jain
Column with Four Jinas and Attendants (Jain Marble Column)
1100 – 1299
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
2004/1.151
Carved wooden architectural fragment consisting of a figure standing on a pedastal with a clenched right fist. Remnants of red paint are on its clothing.&nbsp;
Indian (Indian (South Asian))
Guardian Figure
18th century
Gift of Professor Walter M. and Nesta R. Spink
2017/2.136
Red stone fragment of a torso and thighs. On the reverse are remnants of white painted letters with only a "6" visible.
Indian (Indian (South Asian))
Fragmented Torso and Thighs
Gift of Professor Walter M. and Nesta R. Spink
2015/2.130
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