Pair of Jeweled Anklets (Paijeb)

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Courtesans at the late Mughal courts were accomplished in the arts of music, dance, and poetry recitation. Jewels such as these diamond anklets were worn as part of a glittering and luxurious ensemble where the dancer's movements and form would be enhanced and complemented by her ornaments.

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