Indian Mughal-Style Enamel Turquoise Pearl Gold Bracelet
Indian Mughal-Style Enamel Turquoise Pearl Gold Bracelet. An Indian Mid 20th Century 18 karat gold and enamel bracelet with turquoise and seed pearls. The bracelet has cabochon turquoise and pearl forming the floral designs of the 6 plaques and 6 seed pearl strands separating the plaques. The reverse displays red, white and green enameling in foliate and floral motifs. Circa 1945.
Antique High-Karat Gold, Foil-back Sapphire, Enamel, and Seed Pearl Pendant Necklace, the rectangular links set with cabochon sapphires, reverse with polychrome enamel, joined by strands of seed pearls, suspending a pendant set with mixed-cut sapphires and a briolette, completed by silk tassels, lg. 22 and 3 in. Indian or Indian style
Emerald girdle of Maharajah Sher Singh, India, c. 1840, emeralds, diamonds, pearls, gold, fabric and silver-gilt thread, 6.9 x 83.5 cm, Made for Maharajah Sher Singh (the emeralds inherited from Ranjit Singh), c.1840; taken (as part of the Lahore Treasury) by the Directors of the East India Company, 1849; by whom given to Queen Victoria in 1851