Mughal kundan necklace - find similar costume jewelry for photobooth

Mughal kundan necklace - a timeless classic that can be paired with Indian bridal lehengas and sarees.

The Indore Pear diamonds were sold to Tukoji Rao Holkar in the 1910s by Chaumet. They were set in turn by Chaumet, Mauboussin, and after their sale by Yashwant Rao Holkar in 1946, by Harry Winston of New York.

Indian Royal Jewels - The Royal Forums - The Indore Pear diamonds were sold to Tukoji Rao Holkar in the by Chaumet. They were set in turn by Chaumet, Mauboussin, and after their sale by Yashwant Rao Holkar in by Harry Winston of New York.

The Wittelsbach Diamond started as a fancy deep grayish blue diamond weighing in at 35.56 carats.  Origins unknown, the diamond "appeared" in 1962 and was determined to be of Indian origin.  Passing from one royal family to another, it was eventually sold at auction in 2008 for $23.4 million to London-based jeweler Laurence Graff.  Graff then recut the stone, revising it to a flawless 31.06 carat fancy deep blue diamond.

The American Museum of Natural History unveiled the Wittelsbach-Graff Diamond for public display on October The diamond is a fancy deep blue diamond that’s incredibly rare (about half of of all diamonds found).

Mughal Jewelry

Indian bridal jewelry with necklace, earrings, and mangtikka. I want a mangtikka with pearls on it.

Kundan & Emerald Mughal set | Devam Jewelry

This gorgeous gold set features intricate Mughal designs. Brilliant Polki Diamonds glitter with vitality, while vibrant Emeralds line each tier, finally completed with small Pearl accents.

Smokey Quartz & Amethyst Teardrop Necklace | Purple Folie Necklace | Stella & Dot

Host a trunk show, jewelry party or work from home as a Stella & Dot stylist! Shop our online collection of fashion jewelry, costume jewelry & accessories.

Stella & Dot Light Bracelet

Light bracelet by Stella & Dot. Picture of beaded bracelet with brass chain & colorful cord.

Turban jewels (jigha and sarpati) presented to Admiral Charles Watson by the Nawab of Bengal, about 1755.

Turban jewels (jigha and sarpati) presented to Admiral Charles Watson by the Nawab of Bengal, about 1755

Swarovski bib necklace

We're Frosting Ourselves With The Swarovski X Shourouk Collection

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