Indian Style Jewelry Exhibition in Russia’s Kremlin Museum

Kremlin Museum in Indian style –  In the Kremlin Museum in Russia will be held an exhibition on Indian style jewelry. The style that so much influenced jewellery design over the centuries. There will be sparkling treasures of Indian palaces in the windows of different eras. amulets, ambassadorial gifts, male and female ornaments as well as works of European jewellery houses, which are obviously influenced by the Indian decorative sence of art. About three hundred exhibits from numerous museums and private collections from all over the world are gathered under one roof. Look at some of the most spectacular exhibits in the photos below. The exhibition is running from april 12 to july 27.


Cartier, 1929

Necklace from Mughal dominions; late 18th Century- early 19th Century gold, diamonds, emeralds, enamel. From a private collection.


Platinum Cartier Tutti Frutti brooches, 1929, with diamonds, rubies and emeralds


Unknown artist, circa 1590


Unknown artist, circa 1610-1620


Unknown artist, circa 1870


Van Cleef & Arpels necklace, 1971, in yellow gold, diamonds and emeralds


Necklace by Cartier, 1925, composed of 50 emerald beads, totaling 517 carats, natural pearls and diamonds.


Van Cleef & Arpels Hindou clip, 1924, with platinum, diamonds, rubies, sapphires and emeralds.


Cartier platinum brooch, London 1935, with diamonds and an engraved emerald from the late 17th or early 18th century

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