Haram Peacock Two Step, 40 cm

6,346.00

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. A large number of jewelleries were found from the various phase of Indian art. With the passage of time the designs, motifs, and material used for jewellery making has changed. Here is the some example of jewellery which was used during the various phase of early Indian art
. Size L x B x H – 20 x 1 x 40 cms

₹6,346.00
. A large number of jewelleries were found from the various phase of Indian art. With the passage of time the designs, motifs, and material used for jewellery making has changed. Here is the some example of jewellery which was used during the various phase of early Indian art
. Size L x B x H – 20 x 1 x 40 cms
Adornments turns out to be normally a guide to magnificence. Nature embellishes every one of its manifestations. In this idea, the male used to be more alluring, among the making of nature. For instance, similar to flying creatures and in the blossoms it is the male which is more appealing. In the early time individuals were firmly identified with nature. Among the Red Indian it was simply the male who used to decorate with adornments, paints and fathers. At first the copper and iron was utilized as a significant wellspring of decoration yet later on gold and silver and pearls came and cleared another route in the field of 98 embellishment.
The jewelry made of dots of bone, shell, earthenware and semiprecious stones were found from Mehargarh, a Neolithic site arranged in Baluchistan locale of Pakistan. The most punctual proof of barrel shaped carnelian dots of Harappan style were accounted for from Kunal, Mehrgarh, Nausharo, Nagwada and other Harappan district of Asia. The early Harappan dot creators were the master of the procedure of honing and puncturing of delicate stones like steatite, turquoise, and lapis lazuli just as the stone like agate, carnelian, jasper
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. A large number of jewelleries were found from the various phase of Indian art. With the passage of time the designs, motifs, and material used for jewellery making has changed. Here is the some example of jewellery which was used during the various phase of early Indian art
. Height – 14 cm
. Width – 15 cm
A large number of jewelleries were found from the various phase of Indian art. With the passage of time the designs, motifs, and material used for jewellery making has changed. Here is the some example of jewellery which was used during the various phase of early Indian art
. A large number of jewelleries were found from the various phase of Indian art. With the passage of time the designs, motifs, and material used for jewellery making has changed. Here is the some example of jewellery which was used during the various phase of early Indian art
.Height – 18CM
. Width – 16CM
. Stone Ornaments For Deity Idols
. A large number of jewelleries were found from the various phase of Indian art. With the passage of time the designs, motifs, and material used for jewellery making has changed. Here is the some example of jewellery which was used during the various phase of early Indian art
.Deity Deorative Ornament
. A large number of jewelleries were found from the various phase of Indian art. With the passage of time the designs, motifs, and material used for jewellery making has changed. Here is the some example of jewellery which was used during the various phase of early Indian art
.Height – 6.5 cm
.Length – 6 cm
. A large number of jewelleries were found from the various phase of Indian art. With the passage of time the designs, motifs, and material used for jewellery making has changed. Here is the some example of jewellery which was used during the various phase of early Indian art
. Size – 2 cm
. A large number of jewelleries were found from the various phase of Indian art. With the passage of time the designs, motifs, and material used for jewellery making has changed. Here is the some example of jewellery which was used during the various phase of early Indian art
. Height – 10.5 cm
. Width – 7 cm
. A large number of jewelleries were found from the various phase of Indian art. With the passage of time the designs, motifs, and material used for jewellery making has changed. Here is the some example of jewellery which was used during the various phase of early Indian art
. A large number of jewelleries were found from the various phase of Indian art. With the passage of time the designs, motifs, and material used for jewellery making has changed. Here is the some example of jewellery which was used during the various phase of early Indian art
. Height – 8.5 cm
. Width – 5 cm
A large number of jewelleries were found from the various phase of Indian art. With the passage of time the designs, motifs, and material used for jewellery making has changed. Here is the some example of jewellery which was used during the various phase of early Indian art
A large number of jewelleries were found from the various phase of Indian art. With the passage of time the designs, motifs, and material used for jewellery making has changed. Here is the some example of jewellery which was used during the various phase of early Indian art
.Height – 4cm
.Length – 3cm
. A large number of jewelleries were found from the various phase of Indian art. With the passage of time the designs, motifs, and material used for jewellery making has changed. Here is the some example of jewellery which was used during the various phase of early Indian art
. Height – 4 cm
. Width – 5 cm

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Weight 0.5 kg
Dimensions 10 × 11 × 12 cm
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