In the Museum’s collection is a splendid gold necklace called a chandan har
(18th–19th century), attributed to India, with thirteen strings of hollow filigree beads. Its ornate gold clasp is decorated with rows of blossoms and affronted peacocks. We have adapted the blossom and filigree elements of this chandan har
for our radiant earrings.
22K gold overlay, with topaz glass. 2''L. Pierced, with gold-filled posts.