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Indian sandstone pillar, 900-1100 AD, Delhi, India

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Indian sandstone pillar, 900-1100 AD, Delhi, India

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Sandstone pillar fragment from Delhi, India, probably 900-1100 AD. For similar pillars see Qutb Minar Mosque in Delhi with reused columns/pillars from old Hindu and Jain temples.

H. 53 cm,  W. 30 cm  D. 30 cm

Provenance: Jöran "Willy" Olson (bought 1965-1966), Max Willborg tribal art dealer in London and Stockholm.

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