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A PAIR OF DIAMOND-INSET ENAMELLED GOLD BRACELETS
BENARES, NORTH INDIA, 19TH CENTURY
Of circular form, each composed of two joined rings, the first of rectangular components and the second of drop-shape, inset on the outside with diamonds, the interior with pink, white and green enamel with a floral design, screw catch and hinged on one side
Each 2½in. (6.4cm.) diam. (2)

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Lot Essay

The enamelling on this bracelet is typical of that of Benares. For a note on Benares enamelling please see lot 187.
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