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India | A 'Thewa' necklace from Rajasthan; silver, gold, enamel and glass

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Necklace India (Rajasthan), 19th century Christie’s - OMG that dress!

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Earrings Indian Jhumki Meenakari Green, Maroon, Purple, Violet with Pearls, Beads, and Gemstones Work- Rajasthani Jewelry Art of West India #handmade #gifts

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Hāthī is the Hindu and Urdu word for elephant, which describes the clasp of this Navaratna bracelet. The bracelet hooks when both trunks intertwine. Green enamel, set with 9 stones, is on the outside, while blue enamel makes a floral pattern on the inside. Rajasthan, 1850. Literature: Pedro Moura Carvalho, "The Nasser D. Khalili Collection of Islamic Art", "Gems and jewels of Mughal India", 2010, pp. 254 et 255

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Hāthī is the Hindu and Urdu word for elephant, which describes the clasp of this Navaratna bracelet. The bracelet hooks when both trunks intertwine. Green enamel, set with 9 stones, is on the outside, while blue enamel makes a floral pattern on the inside. Rajasthan, 1850. Literature: Pedro Moura Carvalho, "The Nasser D. Khalili Collection of Islamic Art", "Gems and jewels of Mughal India", 2010, pp. 254 et 255

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