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Malay silver and goldwork is relatively rare.
No public institutions either in Asia or Europe hold particularly large or diverse collections.
Malay silversmiths from Brunei were particularly active in the early 20th century and often exhibited at the various British administrationorganised agricultural fairs held on the Malay Peninsular at the time...