Sunita Shekhawat Neelvarna collection

Pearls necklace with blue enamel pendant studded with uncut diamonds and suspended with south sea pearls by Sunita Shekawat

These are earrings from Karnataka, India from the 1800s or 1900s. They are made of gold, probably 22k, pearls, lac, which is a natural material often used to stabilize repouse, and red stones, likely rubies. The ear post is down on the body of the earrings, and the chains are brought up to hook into the hairdo. This adds beauty and offsets the weight of heavy earrings.

I'm left speechless.These are earrings from Karnataka, India from the century. They are made of gold, pearls & lac (which is a natural material often used to stabilize repouse) & rubies.

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