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Jewelry Arts of India

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Indian Bride with Jewelry
Jewelry Arts of India
Ghareva Art of Madhya Pradesh
Wax Cast Aluminum Anklet (Paiti) in Ghareva Art, Bastar

Decked Out Lambani Woman
The town of Haliyal in Uttara Kannada
Jewelry  of a Gypsy Woman
Jewelry of the Gond Tribe
Jewelry of the Gond Tribe
The latch mechanism of Gond jewelry

Indian Jewelry
Jewelry Arts
Tribal Jewelry
Details of Bangles Worn by a Tribal Woman
Town of Keladi, Karnataka

Jewelry of Mysore Maharaja
Notice the two headed bird Gandabherunda on the locket
Royal Necklace
Royal Jewelry
Jewels of Mysore Maharaja

Golden Necklace
Golden Necklace
Rural Jewelry
Village Jewelery
Madurai, Tamilnadu

Tribal Jewelry, Madhya Pradesh
Tribal Jewelry
Indian Gold Jewelry
Gems and Jewellery

Gems and Jewellery
Gem Jewelry of India
Jewelry Arts of India
Stamp Recognizing Indian Jewelry

Antique Silver Jewelry
In India it was common to melt silver and gold coins to make jewels. Sometimes the coins were left intact (as shown).
Indian Jewelry

 

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