Mughal turbin ornaments.

Indian Hair Pin or Turban Ornament Bodkin Style with Pierced Design from spanishcomb on Ruby Lane

Sprays of flowers turban jewel. Once belonged to the Maharaja of Jaipur. The aigrette is set with rubies, emeralds and pale beryls on one side, and the same stones with the addition of diamonds on the other. The stem and the sides of the jewel are enamelled in translucent green.

The Magnificent Maharajas of India

1925. Rendering by Charles Jacqueau of Cartier for a headdress ornament for a turban, a project suggested by Maharaja of Kapurthala. Courtesy Cartier.

The Magnificent Maharajas of India

✦ ✧ Deco ✦ ✧ Cartier ✦ ✧ 1925 ✦ ✧ Rendering by Charles Jacqueau of Cartier for a headdress ornament for a turban, a project suggested by Maharaja of Kapurthala.

Turban ornament- gold, diamonds, rubies, emeralds, sapphire, pearl. Image: V

The Magnificent Maharajas of India

Turban ornament | 1700-50. White nephrite jade, and gold inset with rubies, emeralds, probably topaz, with gold foil, rock crystal and pearl / made in either India or Pakistan.

Turban ornament

Turban ornament, (made). Turban ornament, Mughal empire, jade and gemstones, first half of the eighteenth century.

Turban ornament   Probably Murshidabad, 1730–55    Gold, diamonds, rubies, emeralds, sapphire, pearl.    This spectacular turban ornament (sarpech) consists of a jigha, a feather-shaped upper part worn vertically, and a sarpati, worn horizontally. At the Mughal court a turban ornament was bestowed as a symbol of favour, a convention that spread throughout the subcontinent. The style of this piece is typical of Murshidabad and was given to Admiral Charles Watson by Nawab Mir Jafar, in July…

Mughal turband jewel, rubies, pearls, emeralds, sapphire and diamonds.

Turban ornament (back view)  Probably Murshidabad, 1730–55    Gold, diamonds, rubies, emeralds, sapphire, pearl  V: IS.3    The reverse of this spectacular turban ornament (sarpech) is ornamented with enamelled gold. The style of this piece is typical of Murshidabad and was given to Admiral Charles Watson by the ruler, Nawab Mir Jafar, in July 1757.

Turban ornament (back view) Probably Murshidabad, 1730–55 Gold, diamonds, rubies, emeralds, sapphire, pearl V: IS.3 The reverse of this spectacular turban ornament (sarpech) is ornamented with enamelled gold. The style of this piece is typical of Murshidabad and was given to Admiral Charles Watson by the ruler, Nawab Mir Jafar, in July 1757.

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