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Mughal Fringe Necklace

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Price: $195.00 $97.50
Member Price: $175.50 $87.75

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Description

The Museums collection houses a late Mughal galaband, or choker. Fabricated in gold with precious stones, pearls, and glass, the necklace features a fringe of leaf-shaped drops tipped with pearls and enamel. This ornate piece is the source for our exquisite necklace.

24K gold overlay, with cultured freshwater pearls, green onxy stones, and colored glass cabachons. Lobster claw closure. Adjusts from 16" to 18" with extender chain.

  • 24K gold overlay
  • Cultured freshwater pearls, green onxy stones, and colored glass cabachons
  • Lobster claw closure
  • Adjusts from 16" to 18" with extender chain

Art History

The Mughal empire (15261858) flourished under a long line of dynamic and highly cultured rulers, who supported some of the greatest achievements of Indian art and architecture. Royal support for court painters, architects, weavers, and goldsmiths led to the development of a distinctive and unified Mughal style. Drawing upon the rich supply gems and gold in India, craftsmen in the Mughal period mastered an enormous variety of jewelry-making techniques, which survive into the present day.

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Description

The Museums collection houses a late Mughal galaband, or choker. Fabricated in gold with precious stones, pearls, and glass, the necklace features a fringe of leaf-shaped drops tipped with pearls and enamel. This ornate piece is the source for our exquisite necklace.

24K gold overlay, with cultured freshwater pearls, green onxy stones, and colored glass cabachons. Lobster claw closure. Adjusts from 16" to 18" with extender chain.





  • 24K gold overlay
  • Cultured freshwater pearls, green onxy stones, and colored glass cabachons
  • Lobster claw closure
  • Adjusts from 16" to 18" with extender chain




Art History

The Mughal empire (15261858) flourished under a long line of dynamic and highly cultured rulers, who supported some of the greatest achievements of Indian art and architecture. Royal support for court painters, architects, weavers, and goldsmiths led to the development of a distinctive and unified Mughal style. Drawing upon the rich supply gems and gold in India, craftsmen in the Mughal period mastered an enormous variety of jewelry-making techniques, which survive into the present day.


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