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Bactrian Gold Crown, c. 100 AD. This crown shows a significant connection between the Greeks and Han Chinese, as well as the Central Asian and Scytho-Siberian nomads, when it comes to the gold crown from Tillya-Tepe in Bactria. It was found in the tomb of a nomadic Saka woman. A plethora of round gold pendants adorns the band and ornaments, which come off easily so they can be packed away. http://barbaraanneshaircombblog.com/2014/05/15/the-gold-crowns-of-mycenae-bactria-and-silla/
EMERALD AND DIAMOND NECKLACE, INDIAN, CIRCA 1900. Designed as a fringed collar of foliate design, decorated with rose-cut diamonds in a kundun setting, supporting a graduated fringe of emerald cabochon drops, together with a pair of matching earrings and an alater attachment, French, length approximately 310 mm, case signed J. Chaumet, Sr de Morel and Cie, London, New Bond Street, 154, Paris, Place Vendôme, 12.
Emerald and diamond necklace, Indian, circa 1900 | lot
A pair of diamond and enamel anklets (sanklas) from the Mughal or Deccani, late 19th century. Each ankle bracelet is designed as a series of flexible pear-shaped links set with table-cut diamonds within foiled gold surrounds to a pear-shaped diamond fringe and seed pearl surmount, the reverse of similar design in red, white & green enamel
A pair of diamond and enamel anklets (sanklas) | Christie's