Jadau Jewellery*Jadau Jewellery forms one of the major examples of high skilled craftsmanship that was brought into India by Mughals. Historically speaking, the tradition of Jadau work has been in practice in the states of Rajasthan and Gujarat since the Mughal Era. Jadau jewellery is also called Engraved Jewellery and is unique and a kind in itself. Considered to be a traditional jewelry of India, it is used in many traditional and auspicious occasions, like marriages and festival…

Jadau Jewellery*Jadau Jewellery forms one of the major examples of high skilled craftsmanship that was brought into India by Mughals.

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Mughal Jewelry, India Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Gold Jewellery, Pearl Jewelry, Beaded Jewelry, Fine Jewelry, Jewelry Necklaces, Jewelery

Fine Carved Emerald and Diamond Pendant, India, set with a carved emerald tablet depicting flowers, foliage, and Islamic script, measuring approx. 31.00 x 21.44 mm, framed by rose-cut diamonds, and suspending a carved emerald drop measuring approx. 29.00 x 15.90 mm, flanked by pearls, high-karat gold mount, the reverse pierced and finely enameled, 3 7/8 x 2 in.

Fine Carved Emerald and Diamond Pendant, India, set with a carved emerald tablet depicting flowers, foliage, and Islamic script

Pair of Indian Gold, Foiled-Back Diamond, Ruby Bead and Jaipur Enamel Pendant-Earrings  Topped and suspending tiers of 26 fancy and pear-shaped foiled-back diamonds, accented by 12 foiled-back rubies, further suspending 4 ruby beads, the reverse applied with decorative Jaipur enamel, approximately 18.6 dwts. gross.

Indian Gold, Foiled-Back Diamond, Ruby Bead and Jaipur Enamel Pendant-Earrings

AN ANTIQUE INDIAN DIAMOND AND ENAMEL PENDANT   Set with a pear-shaped table-cut diamond, to the vari-cut diamond surmount, the reverse decorated with polychrome enamel flowers, mounted in silver and gold, Deccan, early 18th Century, 5.1 cm

AN ANTIQUE INDIAN DIAMOND AND ENAMEL PENDANT Set with a pear-shaped table-cut diamond, to the vari-cut diamond surmount, the reverse decorated with polychrome enamel flowers, mounted in silver and gold, Deccan, early 18th Century, 5.1 cm

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Imran Hussaini: mughal/inspired jewelry, other antique indian jewelry, and misc.

Siddharth Kasliwal introduces his first collection for Munnu the Gem Palace

Siddharth Kasliwal introduces his first collection for Munnu the Gem Palace

Honoring his father’s legacy, ninth-generation jeweler Siddharth Kasliwal explores a rare enameling technique in his first collection for Munnu the Gem Palace

A PAIR OF IMPORTANT INDIAN KADAS : Each anklet set with a series of twelve rose-cut diamond flowerheads on the convex edge to a gold and dark blue enamel background, the sides with floral and foliate polychrome enamel on a white ground to a central line of green and gold decoration, opens by way of screw fitting, Jaipur, 19th century, 694.4 and 687.5 grams, 12.5 cm diameter, 3.3 cm wide

A pair of important Indian Kadas. Each anklet set with a series of twelve rose-cut diamond flowerheads on the convex edge to a gold & dark blue enamel background, the sides with floral & foliate polychrome enamel

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