Product Code:: PASC 00002

Description: A fine silver rose water sprinkler rising from the mouth of a lion. Rosewater sprinkling was an Iranian custom to celebrate the festival of Ab Pashan to symbolise rainfall that would put an end to famine. The festival was celebrated annually during the reign of Mughal Emperor Jehangir when courtiers sprinkled each other from elongated vases.

Rajasthan (Western India)

Dimensions: h: 8.5 in