A MUGHAL-STYLE CELADON JADE BOWL 18TH/19TH CENTURY The bowl is of deep rounded form supported by a short ring foot. The exterior is inset with enamels within gold and silver wires depicting lotus, prunus and chrysanthemum flowers with leafy stems. The stone is of an even dark celadon tone.
Locket Pendant Object Name: Case Date: probably century Geography: North India Medium: Gold, inlaid with rubies and emeralds Dimensions: H. cm) weight: Classification: Jewelry Credit Line: The Al-Thani Collection
Baroda Diamond Necklace - ceremonial necklace with diamonds and emeralds worn by the Maharaja of Baroda in the - broken up in the to provide stones for anklets for the new Maharani of Baroda, Sita Devi
Seal Ring with Hidden Key Object Name: Ring Date: Geography: South India, Hyderabad Medium: Gold, set with spinel Dimensions: H. 1 in. cm) W. 1 in. cm), W. (with key extended) 2 in. cm) Classification: Jewelry Credit Line: The Al-Thani Collection MET
The centyry miniaturist Levni almost always depicted women holding flowers and with flower motifs in their appared. His paintings are noted for their colour palette of secondary shades and gentle expressions on the faces of his figures.