Vizagapatam


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Vi·za·ga·pa·tam

 (vĭ-zä′gə-pŭt′əm)

Vizagapatam

(vɪˌzæɡəˈpʌtəm)
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(Placename) a variant spelling of Vishakhapatnam
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Porcelain, jade, silver, jewellery, carpets, silk, paintings, lacquer, the list is long, but perhaps less well known are the charming pieces illustrated, which are known collectively as Vizagapatam, named after the port of the same name on India's Coromandel Coast.
A FEAST FOR THE EYES ARGUABLY the finest piece of Vizagapatam you're ever likely to see is the extraordinary cabinet in a bedroom at Kingston Lacy, the Venetian palace-style home of the Bankes family in Dorset, now a National Trust property.
Among his furniture is a pair of elegant Anglo-Indian ivory bureau-cabinets, made in Vizagapatam around 1786, decorated with engraved panels of villa landscapes, trees and flowers, and surrounded by borders of scrolling foliage (estimate 60,000 [euro]100,000 [euro]; Fig.
The Eastern Naval Command at Vizagapatam with a submarine base will expand.
This gave rise to the cabinet making workshops which were established in PRICEY: This 19th century Anglo-Indian Vizagapatam ivory work and writing box sold for PS850 Vizagapatam (between Calcutta and Madras).
In Madras, the ratings of HMIS Adyar and in Vizagapatam the ratings of Sonavati and Ahmedabad marched in procession to the city carrying Indian flags and shouting slogans Inquilab-Zindabad.
Revenue Divisional Officer, Vizagapatam [1939] A.C.