Circular brass tray with a sunken centre. The decoration on the upper surface is made in repousse technique, engraved and chased. The designs are executed in bands surrounding a central medallion depicitng a lotus flower amid floral decoration and a ring of small circles. Outside this is a band depicting four pairs of fish in mirror composition alternating with plant motifs. The rim has a band of scrolling floral decoration, the edge with a band of small circles. Spcaes between motifs are dotted. There is a label affixed to the underside which indicates that the tray was made at the Ray Art Workshops, Bombay School of Art.
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