A GOLD OPENWORK AND ENAMELLED ARMLET OR BRACELET
A GOLD OPENWORK AND ENAMELLED ARMLET OR BRACELET

NORTH INDIA, POSSIBLY KANGRA, HIMACHAL PRADESH, 19TH CENTURY

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A GOLD OPENWORK AND ENAMELLED ARMLET OR BRACELET
NORTH INDIA, POSSIBLY KANGRA, HIMACHAL PRADESH, 19TH CENTURY
The decoration consisting of recurring quatrefoil patterns within square openwork panels on either side of a cusped roundel with red, white and green enamelled floral motif
3¼in. (8.20cm.) diam

Lot Essay

For bracelets of similar form attributed to Nurpur or Jagat Sukh, Kangra district, although in silver, see Oppi Untracht, Traditional Jewelry of India, 2008, fig. 781, p. 354.
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