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Published to accompany the V&A exhibition, "Bejewelled Treasures: The Al-Thani Collection", 21 November 2015 to 28 March 2016. This sumptuous book invites the reader to examine in exquisite detail, spectacular jewelled and enamel objects, drawn from a single private collection, and to explore the broader themes of tradition and modernity in Indian jewellery. Highlights include a rare jewelled finial from the throne of Tipu Sultan, Mughal jades and a stunningly carved dagger owned by Shah Tajan. Featuring 100 objects, this book examines the origins of these precious artefacts from the treasury of the Mughal emperors and the courts of Hindustan. The author also looks at the influence that India had on avantgarde European jewellery made by Cartier and other leading houses and concludes with contemporary pieces made by JAR (hailed as the Faberge of our times) and Viren Bhagat, which are inspired by a creative fusion of Mughal motifs and Art Deco "Indian" designs. 00Exhibition: Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK, (21.11.2015-28.03.2016).
|Statement||Susan Strong, with Joanna Whalley and Anna Ferrari|
|Contributions||Whalley, Joanna, Ferrari, Anna|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
These bejewelled treasures highlight the exceptional skills of goldsmiths within the Indian subcontinent. The writer, Shannon Kirk, is one to watch, friends. No defects, little sign of use. Because of the properties of the metal, the gems could no longer be simply pushed into it, and new ways of working had to be found which influenced the shape of designs as well as the colour. I might need a puff of Albuterol.
Minor signs of wear, but will play almost perfectly. Modernity Remarkable exchanges took place between India and the West in the early 20th century. Gold, set with emeralds and diamonds. An emerald in a brooch by JAR of Paris seems to float on white agate, setting off its cut and beautiful colour within a frame that echoes Mughal architecture.
The spinels from the Lahore Treasury, There are also hundreds of links to interesting articles on our blog. Emeralds were often engraved with petals or shaped into flower buds and hung from a string of pearls. Plays perfectly.
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Some chose to take their historic family gems and have them set in more contemporary forms directly by European jewellers like Cartier. Because of the properties of the metal, the gems could no longer be simply pushed into it, and new ways of working had to be found which influenced the shape of designs as well as the colour.
Gold, inlaid with diamonds, rubies, and emerald, with hanging seed pearls; lac core. Each stage of making kundan jewellery is done by a specialist craftsman. Watch a craftsman kundan setting gems in an earring Age of Transition With the political upheavals of the 18th and early 19th centuries, production of traditional jewellery gradually moved out of palace workshops and into the commercial world.
May be without endpapers or title page. Newly commissioned films show both techniques which are still characteristic of traditional Indian jewellery today.
Gold; set with rubies and diamonds; enamel on reverse. It is Share this:. Objects from the collections of the Nizams of Hyderabad show the influence of Western techniques and gem cutting on the work of Indian jewellers. Poor P : All text is legible but may be soiled and have binding defects.
A brooch made by Bhagat of Mumbai is set with old Golconda diamonds and smaller stones cut specially for it. Gold, set with rubies, diamonds, and pearls; enamel on interior; lac core. Gold, set with emerald, diamonds, rubies, rock crystal and white agate. There are also hundreds of links to interesting articles on our blog.
Very Good VG : Will show some signs that it was played and otherwise handled by a previous owner who took good care of it. The Treasury will evoke the royal storehouses of the Mughal emperors in the late 16th- and early 17th-century, which held precious stones of spectacular size.
Dates and names of owners were carved into the stone itself. Some Indian rulers later brought their own jewels to Europe to be reset.
The most recent pieces by jewellers such as JAR and Bhagat also demonstrate that cross-cultural exchanges continue to Bejewelled Treasures book contemporary jewellery design in India and Europe. There are several pieces of Mughal jewelry using these techniques including a selection of beautiful bracelets and pendants where the back or inside of the piece has intricate enamel designs.
Contemporary Masters Outstanding jewels of the Indian past continue to inspire designers. Platinum, set with diamonds. The Muslim emperors, originally from Central Asia, were most powerful in the late 16th and 17th centuries. Pearls, colored glass, diamonds, emeralds, and rubies, with gold brocade ribs and bird of paradise plumes; interior lined with red cloth.
The Court will showcase objects owned by famous rulers such as Shah Jahan, whose architectural commissions in the 17th century introduced a new decorative style which still influences Indian craftsmen and women to the present day.
Modernity will introduce the transforming influence of India on jewellery design in Europe in the s and s. The Mughal emperors and their successors used objects made of luxury materials in their court rituals and the exhibition will highlight the techniques used by goldsmiths in the Indian subcontinent to make them.
The objects are drawn from the recently-formed Al Thani collection, notable for the quality and size of its precious stones, both unmounted and set in jewellery.
There may be skips or distortion or product defects. The books typically bound were Gospels and other religious books made for use within the church.Mar 22, · But it was the grandest curry night you can imagine, thrown by Sheikh Hamad bin Abdullah Al Thani to celebrate the opening of his jewellery exhibition, Bejewelled Treasures.
The air was scented with jasmine, waiters poured Bollinger from glass carafes, the Prince of Wales made a speech and guests rounded off their cuzza with lychee sorbet while.
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