An Indian Sugar Caster Oomersi Mawji silver: OM BhujSOLD

This fine Indian Silver Sugar Caster was made by the finest of Indian silversmiths, Oomersi Mawji of Bhuj. It is in the classic 19th century Cutch silver style, and marked OM Bhuj, for Oomersi Mawji silver.

The work is of superlative quality, in the classic style of all Oomersi Mawji silver. It is heavy and in excellent condition.

Oomersi Mawji silver is highly prized and highly sought after. The mark of OM Bhuj is rarely found. This Cutch silver sugar caster is in excellent condition with no damage or repair.

Type: Sugar Caster
Function: Dining
Maker: Oomersi Mawji
Country: Indian

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