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Indian Jewellery Project

The Indian Jewellery Project aims to be a crowd-sourced visual history of Indian jewellery through the personal archives of families. What that means simply is that we will all contribute pictures (with emphasis on the jewellery worn there in) from our family albums to compile what we hope, with time, can become a big enough source of reference on Indian jewelry as well as an eye candy for all jewelry enthusiasts. THIS BOARD HAS MOVED TO www.pinterest.com/ijponline
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This necklace found in Madhya Pradesh ( most come from South India, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu) is part of a woman's stridhana and stays legaly her property for life.

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A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND RUBY 'JHUMKI' EAR PENDANTS. Each designed as a hemisphere, kundan-set with table-cut 'polki' diamonds and rubies, suspending a fringe of seed pearls, to a similarly set openwork surmount designed as a flower head, with a total gemstone weight of approximately 11.00 carats, a total diamond weight of approximately 7.50 carats, and total pearl weight of approximately 4.00 grams, mounted in gold.

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INDIAN GOLD EMERALD HINGED BANGLE, 20th C.; Pierced 9 ct. in the Moghul style set with numerous faceted emeralds; 28.7 dwt., interior diameter: 2 1/4"

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India | Portrait of a Bayadere (Devadasi, temple dancer). Telinga. Coromandel Coast region. ca. 1857 - 1861 | Photographer Fedor Jagor

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India | Portrait of a Bayadere (Devadasi, temple dancer). Telinga. Coromandel Coast region. ca. 1857 - 1861 | Photographer Fedor Jagor

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