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A map of Zeloan as Sri Lanka was called dating back to 1702 – 1707 by the famous Cartographer Samuel Thornton. Samuel Thornton (d.1715) was the son and heir of the English chart-maker, John Thornton, who was the pre-eminent English mapmaker of the later part of the seventeenth century and first decade of the eighteenth. After his death in 1708, Samuel Thornton continued to re-issue his father’s charts, often with his imprint substituted. This could be from John Thornton's Atlas Maritimus.

A map of Zeloan as Sri Lanka was called dating back to 1702 – 1707 by the famous Cartographer Samuel Thornton. Samuel Thornton (d.1715) was the son and heir of the English chart-maker, John Thornton, who was the pre-eminent English mapmaker of the later part of the seventeenth century and first decade of the eighteenth. After his death in 1708, Samuel Thornton continued to re-issue his father’s charts, often with his imprint substituted. This could be from John Thornton's Atlas Maritimus.

Repousse Silver Dish Ceylon (Sri Lanka) 19th century - This finely chased and repoussed silver shallow dish or plate demonstrates the remarkable skills of 19th century Ceylonese silversmiths. It is finely worked all over with typically Ceylonese floral and foliage motifs.

Repousse Silver Dish Ceylon (Sri Lanka) 19th century - This finely chased and repoussed silver shallow dish or plate demonstrates the remarkable skills of 19th century Ceylonese silversmiths. It is finely worked all over with typically Ceylonese floral and foliage motifs.

TWO SINHALESE SWORDS (KASTANES) SRI LANKA, LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY

TWO SINHALESE SWORDS (KASTANES) SRI LANKA, LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY

A SILVER-MOUNTED IVORY BOX  SRI LANKA, CIRCA 17TH CENTURY  Or porte-document, with chained silver mounts and lids, intricately carved with two registers of superimposed scrolling foliate tendrils, each interspersed with a cross patonce, the central silver mount decorated with a recurring sinha motif, each lid with a repoussé central floral pattern within a radiating star formed by a palmette garland.

A SILVER-MOUNTED IVORY BOX SRI LANKA, CIRCA 17TH CENTURY Or porte-document, with chained silver mounts and lids, intricately carved with two registers of superimposed scrolling foliate tendrils, each interspersed with a cross patonce, the central silver mount decorated with a recurring sinha motif, each lid with a repoussé central floral pattern within a radiating star formed by a palmette garland.

Early 15th century sapphire and enamel ring, engraved with en boen an (en bon an), new year's gift, France, sapphire, high carat gold, white enamel, 0.7cm. The diffusion of character was low and the written language and the spoken language don't agree at that time. As a result, it was frequently to make such spelling mistake.

Early 15th century sapphire and enamel ring, engraved with en boen an (en bon an), new year's gift, France, sapphire, high carat gold, white enamel, 0.7cm. The diffusion of character was low and the written language and the spoken language don't agree at that time. As a result, it was frequently to make such spelling mistake.

Sri Lanka | This collection of nine silver (some with gold) hairpins are set with pink sapphires, emeralds and clear stones known locally in Sri Lanka as Matara 'diamonds' (white zircons) | Late 19th to early 20th century | POR || Such hairpins were worn by women in the 'Low Country' regions of Sri Lanka from the 18th through to the early 20th century.

Sri Lanka | This collection of nine silver (some with gold) hairpins are set with pink sapphires, emeralds and clear stones known locally in Sri Lanka as Matara 'diamonds' (white zircons) | Late 19th to early 20th century | POR || Such hairpins were worn by women in the 'Low Country' regions of Sri Lanka from the 18th through to the early 20th century.

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