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Mallett at Bourdon House Limited
Hollow earrings such as these, in which a loop links a pyramidal form that resembles a faceted stone, are constructed of soldered sheet metal. They are elaborately decorated with applied bead and wire designs of floral, diamond, linear, spiral, and other geometrical forms. Such earrings are typically worn by Muslim women in the southern state of Kerala along the west coast of India.
- Published References
- Dr. Carol R. Bolon Mrs. Amita Sarin. Metaphors in Gold: The Jewelry of India. vol. 6, no. 4 New York, Fall 1993. pp. 28-30, fig. 13.
- Feldman Hapsburg. Gold: Important Ancient and Ethnic Jewellery. Geneva. cat. 39, pp. 34-35.
- Collection Area(s)
- South Asian and Himalayan Art
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