An awakening interest in naturalism heightened Victorian England’s cultural climate and there was a renewed fascination with medieval romanticism. Picturesque Scotland encompassed both aided by Sir Walter Scott’s idealization of the Scotsman illustrated in his writings of George IV’s visit in full Highland regalia in 1822 and Queen Victoria’s purchase of Balmoral castle in 1847. Scottish agate and Scottish jewelry.
One of the defining characteristics of Indian jewellery is the myriad ways in which women wear it
Ganjam 'jadai bangara' (braid ornament) from the Ganjam family archives of the Heritage collection, designed to decorate long plaited hair.
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