India, Jewels That Enchanted the World: Every Picture Tells a Story

India, Jewels That Enchanted the World: Every Picture Tells a Story - Ekaterina Shcherbina

India, Jewels That Enchanted the World: Every Picture Tells a Story


- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display - Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world - Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanship India, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
Citeste mai mult

-10%

transport gratuit

948.60Lei

1054.00 Lei

Sau 94860 de puncte

!

Fiecare comanda noua reprezinta o investitie pentru viitoarele tale comenzi. Orice comanda plasata de pe un cont de utilizator primeste in schimb un numar de puncte de fidelitate, In conformitate cu regulile de conversiune stabilite. Punctele acumulate sunt incarcate automat in contul tau si pot fi folosite ulterior, pentru plata urmatoarelor comenzi.

Livrare in 2-4 saptamani

Plaseaza rapid comanda

Important icon msg

Completeaza mai jos numarul tau de telefon

Poti comanda acest produs introducand numarul tau de telefon. Vei fi apelat de un operator Libris.ro in cele mai scurt timp pentru prealuarea datelor necesare.

Descrierea produsului


- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display - Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world - Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanship India, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
- This exhibition catalog showcases some 300 pieces carefully selected from over 30 lenders worldwide, many of these works have never before been on public display- Among the lenders are Nasser Khalili Foundation, V&A, Doha Museum of Islamic Art, Mus�e Barbie-Mueller, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chaumet, British Museum, Al-Sabbakh Collection, Mauboussin, and scores of private collectors from around the world- Special place is devoted to two of India's leading jewelry houses - Munnu-Gem Palace and Bhagat famous for their glamor, creative design and fine craftsmanshipIndia, Jewels that Enchanted the World presents for the first time the remarkable history and unique legacy of 500 years of Indian jewelry, from the 17th century to the present. The essays, all written by leading international scholars, explore the rich, distinctive, and unique heritage of Indian jewelry; the striking boldness of South Indian ornaments; the delicate refinement of the Mughal period; the dazzling jewels of the post-Mughal maharajas; the cross-cultural influences between Europe and India in the 19th and early 20th centuries; and the creations of leading contemporary designers whose jewels display the enduring beauty of Indian design and craftsmanship. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the State Museums of the Moscow Kremlin organized jointly with the Indo-Russian Jewellery Foundation, this lavishly illustrated catalog brings together royal, ceremonial, and personal Indian jewels to showcase the entire range and variety of the jeweler's art in India.
Citeste mai mult

Detaliile produsului

De pe acelasi raft

Parerea ta e inspiratie pentru comunitatea Libris!

Noi suntem despre carti, si la fel este si

Newsletter-ul nostru.

Aboneaza-te la vestile literare si primesti un cupon de -10% pentru viitoarea ta comanda!

*Reducerea aplicata prin cupon nu se cumuleaza, ci se aplica reducerea cea mai mare.

Ma abonez image one
Ma abonez image one