London, South Kensington
3 September 2008
An Indian gold, enamel and cultured pearl choker necklace
Composed of five graduated peacock design strung panels each decorated with colourless sapphires and blue and green Jaipur enamel, each panel reverse with polychrome enamel floral and peacock motifs, suspending matching pear-shaped drops, the central larger drop with colourless sapphire flowerhead motif; and a pair of matching triple graduated panel earpendants (3)
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