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This bracelet from Jaipur, a city known for its enamelwork, has a wide enameled clasp decorated with birds and flowers. Matching ornamented gold bars alternate with grouped rows of seed pearls to form the band. The screw and cylinder clasp of the bracelet, rarely found in other Islamic traditions, was commonly used in Mughal and later Indian jewelry.

Bracelet, Gold, enamel; with pearls, emeralds, quartz, and rubies

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