GEM SET, ENAMEL AND DIAMOND PENDENT NECKLACE, RAJASTHAN. Designed as a series of links set with flat-cut diamonds, suspending a fringe of seed pearls and polished emerald beads, some inset with diamonds, the detachable pendant at the front set with a carved paste stone encircled with diamonds, the reverse of the necklace decorated with bird, floral and foliate motifs decorated with safed chalwan enamel, length approximately 380mm.
Anklet (dastband almas) Object Name: Anklet Date: 1800–50 Geography: Hyderabad or Rajasthan, South or North India Medium: Gold, set with diamonds Dimensions: D. 4 in. (10 cm) Classification: Jewelry Credit Line: The Al-Thani Collection
Anklet (dastband almas) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
India ~ Rajasthan, Bikaner Maharani torque necklace (Hasli); diamonds, rubies and emeralds set in green enamel using the kundan-mina technique with an inner edge of pearls set in gold cups and an outer fringe of emerald beads, the reverse decorated with a row of green enamel leaves on a white ground | Late 19th century | Est. 250'000 - 300'000£ ~ (Sept '14)