India - probably Madras | 'Jadanagam' ~ plait ornament; gold inset with rock crystals, rubies, emeralds and amethysts. L: 60 cm | ca. 18th - 19th century

India - probably Madras | 'Jadanagam' ~ plait ornament; gold inset with rock crystals, rubies, emeralds and amethysts. L: 60 cm | ca. 18th - 19th century

Plait Ornament (Jadanagam). Head ornament. 18th–19th century. India, probably Madras. Gold; inset with rock crystal, rubies, emeralds, and amethysts

Plait Ornament (Jadanagam). Head ornament. 18th–19th century. India, probably Madras. Gold; inset with rock crystal, rubies, emeralds, and amethysts

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Three Step Kundan Peacock Bottu Haram, Latest indian jewellery designs, 22 carat gold antique jewellery designs

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Deep blue tanzanite earrings with diamonds, south sea pearls and big uncut diamonds.by Rakesh Khanna.

Deep blue tanzanite earrings with diamonds, south sea pearls and big uncut diamonds.by Rakesh Khanna.

Indian state cap reputed to have belonged to the last Muslim King of Delhi, Bahadur Shah Zafar II (1775-1862) who was a descendent of the Mughal Dynasty. King Zafar succeeded to the throne of Delhi in 1837 but was imprisoned in 1858 by the British after the 1857 revolution. Medium: Gold wire embroidery, feathers, rubies, pearls and emeralds. | via : Picasa Web Albums

Indian state cap reputed to have belonged to the last Muslim King of Delhi, Bahadur Shah Zafar II (1775-1862) who was a descendent of the Mughal Dynasty. King Zafar succeeded to the throne of Delhi in 1837 but was imprisoned in 1858 by the British after the 1857 revolution. Medium: Gold wire embroidery, feathers, rubies, pearls and emeralds. | via : Picasa Web Albums

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