A Moghul style ruby, emerald, diamond and gold pendant necklace the openwork oval pendant centering a carved ruby of floral design within a frame of leaf-shaped emeralds and further surround of table-cut rubies and diamonds with edges of red enamel, suspending a ruby bead fringe, the reverse of similar design, completed by a three-strand fancy-link chain with ruby bead detail; length: 23½in. (loss to enamel)
Chinnada Ambari Choker : The golden elephant-seat on which the tutelary deity of Mysore, Goddess Chamundeswari, is carried in procession becomes the focal point in this delicate but very ornamental choker. The lower part reflects the elephant's head-ornament and detaches from the central panel to be worn as a pendant or eye-catching tickly/maang tika. Part of our Convertibles collection, it comes with matched pashas, all meticulously handcrafted in 22K rich yellow gold.
Beni-Ball - Innovations Mughal inlays are simulated using heavy enamelling in the graduated gold globes held together with v-chain plats. This flexible little necklace can also be worn as a choker, wristlet or armlet.
A GEMSET 'JHUMAR' OR HEAD ORNAMENT Mounted in gold, this 'jhumar' or head ornament weighs approximately 109.360 grams, and is set with rock crystal quartz, weighing approximately 55.00 carats in total, with beautiful metal detailing work on the reverse