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Photographs Album details for shelfmark Photo 125/4

Temple Collection: Topographical views in India, China and Burma.

Photographers: Felice Beato, Scowen & Co, Samuel Bourne and others unknown.
Contents: 197 prints 107x41mm to 165x1950mm Albumen and carbon prints
Provenance: Presented by Sir Richard Carnac Temple, 1922.
Notes: Material presented by Temple comprises Photo 125/1-5, Photo 137, Photo 242/1-3, Photo 268.
Subjects: Indian architecture - Burmese architecture - Chinese architecture
Description: Loose photographs the majority of which are mounted. Topographical and architectural views including Burma, a panorama of Port Louis, Mauritius, Beato's views during the Allied Forces march on Peking, Agra and its environs, Delhi, Kashmir, panorama of Calcutta, Lucknow, Benares, Kangra, Sarkhej, Ahmadabad and Sri Lanka. Also includes studies of Indian arts and crafts.



Album contents:-
Photo 125/4(1) The four sights from the [Uznia] Pagoda at Moulmein. 
Photo 125/4(2) Images at the foot of a tagondain at Rangoon (Shwe dagon). 
Photo 125/4(3) [Mahacheti Pagoda at Zainganaing near Pegu.] 
Photo 125/4(4) Chaityas (tis) at Pagan. 
Photo 125/4(5) Pagoda at Pagan with model of the Mahabodhi. 
Photo 125/4(6) Shwezigon Pagoda at Pagan.. 
Photo 125/4(7) Shwesandaw Pagoda at Prome. 
Photo 125/4(8) Modern pagodas at Pagan. 
Photo 125/4(9) Kyaikpun Pagoda near Pegu (Cambodian Tower). 
Photo 125/4(10) Chinese Tower near Bhamo. 
Photo 125/4(11) Shan tis, Rangoon. 
Photo 125/4(12) [Unidentified pagoda, Burma.] 
Photo 125/4(13) A Tazoung, Prome. 
Photo 125/4(14) [Carved wooden figure of] an old man going to the Shwedagon Pagoda with a gong. 
Photo 125/4(15) [Carved wooden figure of] an old man going to the Shwedagon Pagoda with a gong. 
Photo 125/4(16) [Carved wooden figures representing] Nats. 
Photo 125/4(17) [Carved wooden figures representing] Nats. 
Photo 125/4(18) [Three carved wooden figures representing] Nats. 
Photo 125/4(19) [Three carved wooden figures representing] Nats. 
Photo 125/4(20) [Five carved wooden figures representing] Nats. 
Photo 125/4(21) [Five carved wooden figures representing] Nats. 
Photo 125/4(22) [Two carved wooden horsemen representing] Nats. 
Photo 125/4(23) [Two carved wooden horsemen representing] Nats. 
Photo 125/4(24) [Three carved wooden figures representing] Nats. 
Photo 125/4(25) [Three carved wooden figures representing] Nats. 
Photo 125/4(26) [Three carved wooden figures representing] Nats. 
Photo 125/4(27) [Three carved wooden figures representing] Nats. 
Photo 125/4(28) Alabaster carvings made by Chinamen & sold in Mandalay - Burmese 'Buddhas'. 
Photo 125/4(29) Alabaster images of Buddha (Southern style) made by Chinamen in Mandalay. 
Photo 125/4(30) [Burmese] Carvings in [Nash] Museum, [Worcester]. 
Photo 125/4(31) [Burmese] Carved giant bamboo, [in the Nash] Museum, [Worcester]. 
Photo 125/4(32) Model of throne at Mandalay - King Thibaw & his Queen seated - all to scale by the Royal carvers. Gallery of Music Room. 
Photo 125/4(33) Burmese chinthe table with Central Asian 'samovar'. 
Photo 125/4(34) Burmese chinthe table with Central Asian 'samovar'. 
Photo 125/4(35) Kashmir work in wood & brass. 
Photo 125/4(36) Kashmir table & brass flower stand. 
Photo 125/4(37) Burmese [?] work in brass. 
Photo 125/4(38) Burmese [?] work in brass. 
Photo 125/4(39) Japanese embroidered picture - Burmese carved frame. 
Photo 125/4(40) Burmese kalaga in Burmese carved frame. 
Photo 125/4(41) Back of peacock screen in Burmese appliqué work (kalaga) - drawing room. 
Photo 125/4(42) Burmese tinsel work in Burmese carved frame. 
Photo 125/4(43) Peacock screen in Burmese spangle work - drawing room. 
Photo 125/4(44) Collection of models of the Regalia of the Burmese kings now at the Grammar School, Worcester. 
Photo 125/4(45) Collection of models of the Regalia of the Burmese kings now at the Grammar School, Worcester. 
Photo 125/4(46) Part of the Regalia models. 
Photo 125/4(47) Part of the Regalia models. 
Photo 125/4(48) Buddha standing - in black lacquer gilt from Chinese frontier of Burma - life size. Gallery of Music Room at the Nash, [Worcester]. 
Photo 125/4(49) Model of the king's throne in Mandalay palace carved by the king's carvers, 1888. 
Photo 125/4(50) Gilt Burmese carving. 
Photo 125/4(51) Burmese gilt carving. 
Photo 125/4(52) Giant bamboo carved in Burma with signs of the Zodiac. 
Photo 125/4(53) Burmese carving of the four[?] last Buddhas out of a solid block of padouk[?] wood surmounted by a flower stand. 
Photo 125/4(54) Burmese gong & stand: entrance hall of the Nash, Worcester. 
Photo 125/4(55) Large Burmese gong made in my own compound at Rangoon 1893 with carved holder. 
Photo 125/4(56) Queen Anne staircase at the Nash, Worcester, showing the Burmese gong, a statue in Japanese armour obtained from the man who had worn it & a South Indian flower festival set of lotas[?]. 
Photo 125/4(57) The Museum at the Nash, Worcester, showing the collection of Nats now in the Indian Institute, Oxford. 
Photo 125/4(58) The Nats as originally shown at the Nash, Worcester. 
Photo 125/4(59) The Nats as originally shown at the Nash, Worcester. 
Photo 125/4(60) The Nash, Worcester. Corner of Museum showing carved door (south door), carved brackets, Dado and figures (Nats or Burmese departed spirits). All carving Burmese. 
Photo 125/4(61) East fireplace. Museum at the Nash, Worcester. 
Photo 125/4(62) Mauritius. Panoramic view of town and harbour of Port Louis. 
Photo 125/4(63) [View of the Summer Palace in Peking before it was burnt by Allied Forces in October 1860.] 
Photo 125/4(64) [Street scene in Peking.] 
Photo 125/4(65) [Buddhist temple in the Summer Palace, Peking.] 
Photo 125/4(66) [Unidentified building in China.] 
Photo 125/4(67) Ivory casket or kalamdan of old work. Lent by His Highness the Maharaja of Sindia. 
Photo 125/4(68) Ivory casket or kalamdan of old work. Lent by His Highness the Maharaja of Sindia. 
Photo 125/4(69) (a) Wooden mirror frame inlaid with ivory; of modern work. (b) Powder flask of ivory discs; made by Juma of Jodhpur. 
Photo 125/4(70) (a) Wooden mirror frame inlaid with ivory; modern work. (b) Paper-cutter of carved ivory, of modern work. (c) Three 'bartanas' of carved ivory, of old work. 
Photo 125/4(71) (a) Silver missal cover of pierce work. (b) Book slide of wood with carved and engraved ivory. 
Photo 125/4(72) (a) Carved and tinted figure of Siva. (b) Carved and tinted figure of Krishna. 
Photo 125/4(73) (a) Carved ivory watch case. Rs 45. (b) Carved ivory frame. Rs 31. (c) Carved wooden niche. Rs 30. 
Photo 125/4(74) Silver gilt enamalled 'pan dan'. By Sawal Dass of Lucknow. Rs 620 (Bronze medal awarded). 
Photo 125/4(75) Gold spice box of old Jaipur enamel (red flower on a white ground with green leaves and parrots; blue peacock in the centre; translucent enamel). Lent by His Highness the Maharaja of Sindia. 
Photo 125/4(76) (a) Dagger or 'peshqabz' handle of gold; with red enamel (Jaipur work) ornamented with white flowers. (b) Khanjar, curved dagger; handle of open ironwork, inlaid with gold. 
Photo 125/4(77) (a) Khanjar, curved dagger; handle of silver gilt, inlaid with turquoise and rubies. (b) Chhuri, knife; handle of ivory, with carved elephant head. (c) Silver enamelled stick with a blade inside. 
Photo 125/4(78) (a) Silver enemelled pipe of old Kashmir work, with ornament of turquoise, blue and green colouring. Lent by His Highness the Maharao Raja of Ulwar. (b) Hukah base of black metal, inlaid with silver. Rs 27. By Muhammad Ali, Lucknow. 
Photo 125/4(79) (a) Silver gilt enamelled water vessel. (b) Silver enemelled vase of Multan modern work. (c) See Photograph No 9; in this the underneath enamelling is shown. (d) Silver enamelled water vessel. 
Photo 125/4(80) (a) Kashmir modern copper-gilt enamel, with light and dark blue pattern. (b) Kashmir modern copper plated and black enemelled surahi. (c) Silver and turquoise buckle of Thibetan work. (d) Hukah base of silver and gilt enamel. 
Photo 125/4(81) (a) Gold necklet with pearls and plaques of Pertabgarh, Rajputana. (b) A pair of plain gold bangles. (c) Gold plate with red, green, purple, white and rose-coloured enamel. 
Photo 125/4(82) (a) Necklet of gold plaques with enamel ornament. (b) Pair of gold armlets with enamel. (c) Small armlet enamelled and jewelled. (d) Large square plaque armlet of Delhi work. Rs 300. 
Photo 125/4(83) Tray of coloured and gilt lacquer on wood. Sent by the Nawab Shamsul Umara Kabir of Hyderebad, Deccan. (Silver medal awarded). 
Photo 125/4(84) Panel of highly coloured and gilt lacquer on wood. Sent by the Nawab Shamsul Umara Kabir of Hyderebad, Deccan. (Silver medal awarded). 
Photo 125/4(85) Large fan of coloured and gilt lacquer. Sent by the Nawab Shamsul Umara Kabir of Hyderebad, Deccan. (Silver medal awarded). 
Photo 125/4(86) Black lacquered panel. By Moung Pa of Prome, Burma. Rs 15. (Certificate of honourable mention awarded). 
Photo 125/4(87) (a) Two discs of lacquer on wood. (b) Cylindrical box of Lahore lacquer work. Rs 5. (c) Small box of Hoshiarpur lacquer on wood. (d) Box of painted or lacquer pottery. 
Photo 125/4(88) Shield of Moradabad ware. Exhibited by Makun Lall. Made for His Excellency the Viceroy. (Silver medal awarded to Makun Lall). 
Photo 125/4(89) (a) Lacquered stick. (b) Bowl of modern lacquer. (c) Bed leg of lacquer. (d) Plate of lacquer on wood with ivory bosses. (e) Bed leg of lacquer on wood. (f) Bed leg of lacquer on wood. (g) Betel box of lacquer ware. 
Photo 125/4(90) (a) Tray of lacquer on wood; white ground with gold, red, blue, green and yellow raised ornaments. (b) Set of seven lacquered wooden boxes. 
Photo 125/4(91) Atardan of Moradabad ware. Exhibited by Makun Lall. Rs 12. 
Photo 125/4(92) (a) Hukah of black metal, inlaid with silver. (b) Flagon of Moradabad ware. (c) Golab pash or rose water sprinkler of Moradabad ware. 
Photo 125/4(93) Hukah base of Moradabad ware. By Sham Lall. Rs 40. (Certificate of honourable mention awarded). 
Photo 125/4(94) Lamp of pierced brass ware. Persia. Lent by Mrs C. Plowden. 
Photo 125/4(95) (a) and (b) Flasks of pierced brass work. Persia. Lent by Mrs C. Plowden. (c) Flask of red pottery. Made at Bahawulpur, Punjab. 
Photo 125/4(96) Shield of Koftgari; gold and silver on steel. By Sultan Muhammad of Gujrat. Rs 50. 
Photo 125/4(97) Salver of Koftgari; gold on steel. By Gholam Rasul of Gujrat. Rs 70. 
Photo 125/4(98) Salver of Koftgari; silver on steel. By Gholam Rasul of Gujrat. Rs 25. (Certificate of honourable mention awarded). 
Photo 125/4(99) Plate of Koftgari; silver and gold on steel. By Mir-ud-din of Gujrat. Rs 60 (Certificate of honourable mention awarded). 
Photo 125/4(100) Salver of Koftgari; silver and gold on steel. By Muhammad Azim of Gujrat. Rs 50. (Certificate of honourable mention awarded). 
Photo 125/4(101) Surahi of black metal, inlaid with gold. By Muhammad Ali of Lucknow. Rs 115. (Certificate of honourable mention awarded). 
Photo 125/4(102) (a) Ivory comb. Lent by the Diwan of Travancore, Madras. (b) Lotah of copper, incrusted with silver. (c) Tray of copper, inlaid with silver. 
Photo 125/4(103) Glass golabpash; probably 16th century. From Bijapur, Bombay. Lent by Captain Cole. 
Photo 125/4(104) Gold golabpash of old work. Lent by His Highness the Maharaja of Sindia. 
Photo 125/4(105) Glass golabpash; probably 16th century. From Bijapur, Bombay. Lent by Captain Cole. 
Photo 125/4(106) Glass hukah base, engraved; probably 16th century. From Bijapur, Bombay. Lent by Captain Cole. 
Photo 125/4(107) Hand ewer of pierced brass; probably 16th century. From Bijapur, Bombay. Lent by Captain Cole. 
Photo 125/4(108) Collection of ancient brass vessels. &c. From Bijapur; dating from the 14th to 16th centuries. Lent by Captain Cole. 
Photo 125/4(109) (a) Two antique lotahs of Benares brass work. Lent by Major Biddulph. (b) One antique cup of Jaipur brass. Lent by Surgeon Hendley. 
Photo 125/4(110) Collection of antique Jaipur brass. Lent by Surgeon Hendley. 
Photo 125/4(111) (a) A set of antique Benares brass sacrificial spoons. Lent by Major Biddulph. (b) Small tray of lacquer ware. By Ashraf of Dera Ismail Khan. Rs 3. (c) Antique brass lotah of Jaipur works. Lent by Surgeon Hendley. 
Photo 125/4(112) Ancient Rajput helmet of pierced and engraved steel. Lent by His Highness the Maharaja of Jaipur. 
Photo 125/4(113) (a) Afghan pistol of mediaeval inlaid wire work. Lent by His Excellency the Commander-in-Chief. (b) Platter of modern tarkashi or wire work from Mainpuri. Lent by His Excellency the Commander-in-Chief. 
Photo 125/4(114) (a) Brass enamel tray. (b) Table inlaid with mother-of-pearl and ivory; made at Damascus. (c) Hukah base of black metal, inlaid with silver. (d) Sword hilt of black metal, inlaid with silver. 
Photo 125/4(115) Book cover (interior) of stamped and embossed leather; gold on red and black ground. Made in the Palace at Ulwar. (Certificate of honourable mention awarded). 
Photo 125/4(116) Book cover (interior) of stamped and embossed leather; gold on red and black ground. Made in the Palace at Ulwar. (Certificate of honourable mention awarded). 
Photo 125/4(117) [Interior of the Moti Masjid, Agra.] 
Photo 125/4(118) Kashmir Gate, Delhi. 
Photo 125/4(119) Sher Shah's Lat, Delhi: Asoka inscription. 
Photo 125/4(120) Screen, Diwan-i-Khas, Delhi. 
Photo 125/4(121) [Lattice work] Screen, Diwan-i-Khas, Delhi. 
Photo 125/4(122) Bath [in the palace], Delhi 
Photo 125/4(123) [Interior of the Diwan-i-Am, Agra.] 
Photo 125/4(124) [View in the Diwan-i-Khas, Delhi.] 
Photo 125/4(125) Taj [Mahal], front view, [Agra]. 
Photo 125/4(126) Tomb, Taj, Agra. 
Photo 125/4(127) [Lahore Gate at the Red Fort, Delhi.] 
Photo 125/4(128) Fort Agra, land view. 
Photo 125/4(129) [View of the Red Fort, Delhi, on the river side.] 
Photo 125/4(130) Taj, from the river, [Agra]. 
Photo 125/4(131) Akbar's Tomb, Agra [Sikandra]. 
Photo 125/4(132) Itmadu'ddaula's Tomb, Agra. 
Photo 125/4(133) Itmadu'ddaula's Tomb, Agra. 
Photo 125/4(134) [Gateway to Akbar's tomb, Sikandra.] 
Photo 125/4(135) Stone temple of Pandrantan [Pandrethan] in the water. 
Photo 125/4(136) [Ruined temple at] Martand. 
Photo 125/4(137) [Surya temple at] Martand. 
Photo 125/4(138) Shah Hamadan [Masjid, Srinagar]. 
Photo 125/4(139) Amira [Fateh?] Kadal, [Srinagar]. 
Photo 125/4(140) Munshi Bagh, Srinagar River. 
Photo 125/4(141) [View at] Munshi Bagh, Srinagar River. 
Photo 125/4(142) Hara Parbat, Srinagar. 
Photo 125/4(143) Bijbihara, Kashmir. 
Photo 125/4(144) Manasbal [Lake], Kashmir. 
Photo 125/4(145) [River scene at] Baramula, Kashmir. 
Photo 125/4(146) [Baillie Guard Gate] Entrance, Residency, Lucknow. 
Photo 125/4(147) Residency, Lucknow. 
Photo 125/4(148) [View of Aitken's Post at the Residency, Lucknow.] 
Photo 125/4(149) Mosque in Residency, Lucknow [?]. 
Photo 125/4(150) La Martinière, Lucknow. 
Photo 125/4(151) [Gateway to the Sikandar]Bagh, Lucknow. 
Photo 125/4(152) Birds eye view of Hussainabad, Lucknow. 
Photo 125/4(153) [View of Marochetti's statue of an angel,] Memorial Well, Cawnpore. 
Photo 125/4(154) Benares, River view. 
Photo 125/4(155) Ghats, Benares. 
Photo 125/4(156) [View of the lake at] Naini Tal. 
Photo 125/4(157) [General view of the] The lake, Kandy. 
Photo 125/4(158) Wilde's[?] Tomb, Kempsey Church. 
Photo 125/4(159) [View of the Baba Atal Tower at Amritsar.] 
Photo 125/4(160) [The Taj Mahal from the river, Agra.] 
Photo 125/4(161) [View of the ghats at Benares with Aurangzeb's Mosque in the background.] 
Photo 125/4(162) [The Taj Mahal viewed from the top of the gateway, Agra.] 
Photo 125/4(163) [The gateway to Akbar's tomb at Sikandra, viewed from the garden.] 
Photo 125/4(164) [Gateway to the Taj Mahal, Agra.] 
Photo 125/4(165) [The Golden Temple at Amritsar.] 
Photo 125/4(166) [The gateway to the Taj Mahal, viewed from the garden, Agra.] 
Photo 125/4(167) [Panorama of a lake with buildings on the hills, Peking?] 
Photo 125/4(168) [Panorama of the Imperial Winter Palace, Peking.] 
Photo 125/4(169) [Study of tree ferns, Darjiling.] 
Photo 125/4(170) [View of the bridge and fort at Kangra.] 
Photo 125/4(171) [Panoramic view of Calcutta from the top of the Ochterlony Monument.] 
Photo 125/4(172) [Detail of the monumental gateway at a Buddhist monastery, Peking.] 
Photo 125/4(173) [Gateway to a Buddhist Monastery, Peking.] 
Photo 125/4(174) [View of a pagoda in Peking.] 
Photo 125/4(175) [Architectural view, Peking.] 
Photo 125/4(176) Ruin of S[outh] side of Tank, Sirkhej. 
Photo 125/4(177) General view of Sirkhej from SW corner of Tank. 
Photo 125/4(178) The Teen Durwaza, [Ahmadabad]. 
Photo 125/4(179) Ruins at Sirkhej - from Quadrangle in front of Musjid. 
Photo 125/4(180) River and part of City walls from Col Biggs house, [Ahmadabad?]. 
Photo 125/4(181) The Ferry [over the Sabarmati at Ahmadabad?]. 
Photo 125/4(182) Entrance to Quadrangle, Sirkhej. 
Photo 125/4(183) Towers at the entrance to Sirkhej. 
Photo 125/4(184) Ruins of the Harem, Sirkhej. 
Photo 125/4(185) Portion of buildings at Sirkhej from eastern side of tank. 
Photo 125/4(186) The return from shikar, 25th Feb 1862. 
Photo 125/4(187) [Group portrait of seven European officers in the Indian Army.] 
Photo 125/4(188) [Portrait of an unidentified European man.] 
Photo 125/4(189) [View of a bridge over a stretch of water possibly in a park or garden.] 
Photo 125/4(190) [View of temples and ghats by a tank in an unknown location.] 
Photo 125/4(191) [Town view with Indian dwellings in the foreground and colonial houses in the distance. Location is unknown.] 
Photo 125/4(192) [View of an unidentified temple.] 
Photo 125/4(193) [Street scene in an unknown location.] 
Photo 125/4(194) [View of a ruined fragment of wall in an unknown location.] 
Photo 125/4(195) [General view in Peking.] 
Photo 125/4(196) [Portrait of the King Of Siam.] 
Photo 125/4(197) [View of an unidentified building, probably in Jerusalem.] 


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