Indian Wedding Jewelry - Polki, Pearl and Gold Satlada with an Emerald Drop | WedMeGood | #wedmegood #satlada #indianjewelry #indianbride #indianwedding #pearl #polki

White and Gold Satlada with Pearls and Polki Work

Indian Wedding Jewelry - Polki, Pearl and Gold Satlada with an Emerald Drop | WedMeGood | #wedmegood #satlada #indianjewelry #indianbride #indianwedding #pearl #polki

Uzbekistan | Djiviak necklace. Tashkent | ca. 19th century | Silver, gilt and stamped, with glass studs and corals.

Uzbekistan | Djiviak necklace. Tashkent | ca. 19th century | Silver, gilt and stamped, with glass studs and corals.

The famous Baroda Diamond Necklace. This magnificent ceremonial necklace with diamonds and emeralds was worn by the Maharaja (King) of Baroda in the 1860s. It was said to have been broken up in the 1940s to provide stones for anklets for the new Maharani (Queen) of Baroda, Sita Devi.

The famous Baroda Diamond Necklace. This magnificent ceremonial necklace with diamonds and emeralds was worn by the Maharaja (King) of Baroda in the 1860s. It was said to have been broken up in the 1940s to provide stones for anklets for the new Maharani (Queen) of Baroda, Sita Devi.

AN IMPORTANT RUBY AND EMERALD NECKLACE Set with approximately 18.28 carats of rubies and emeralds, and approximately 3.64 carats of table-cut or 'polki' diamond, this necklace mounted in gold has an intricately designed chain attached with hexagonal gem-set links. The reverse bears an intricate design in polychrome enamel.

AN IMPORTANT RUBY AND EMERALD NECKLACE Set with approximately 18.28 carats of rubies and emeralds, and approximately 3.64 carats of table-cut or 'polki' diamond, this necklace mounted in gold has an intricately designed chain attached with hexagonal gem-set links. The reverse bears an intricate design in polychrome enamel.

the sheer magnificence of each of the exhibited pieces is enough to leave one speechless with awe and wonder. In Hyderabad, which is keeping up to its reputation of being a happening city, the two- month long exhibition of diamonds, rubies, emeralds, sapphires and pearls, resplendent in all their glitter and colour, re-kindle memories of Hyderabad heritage. Belonging to the Asaf Jah dynasty, which was established in 1724, the jewellery has a historic past, and a colourful one at that.

the sheer magnificence of each of the exhibited pieces is enough to leave one speechless with awe and wonder. In Hyderabad, which is keeping up to its reputation of being a happening city, the two- month long exhibition of diamonds, rubies, emeralds, sapphires and pearls, resplendent in all their glitter and colour, re-kindle memories of Hyderabad heritage. Belonging to the Asaf Jah dynasty, which was established in 1724, the jewellery has a historic past, and a colourful one at that.

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