SOUTH INDIAN CHOLA APATITE JEWELRY
Cleveland Museum of Art
Leonardo C. Hanna Jr. Fund, 1972.121
The Chola Dynasty was a dominant force in southern India for a period of four hundred years, from the ninth to the thirteenth century. The dynasty influenced and reached new heights of excellence in music, dance, poetry, sculpture, and especially bronze casting. The bronzes are set within the Hindu temple and, to this day, serve as objects of Indian worship. This jewelry was made in cooperation with the Cleveland Museum of Art.
BEAUTIFULLY HANDCAST IN STERLING SILVER WITH
AN ANTIQUE GOLD COLORED VERMEIL PLATING AND APATITE STONES AND WHITE PEARLS.
VERY DETAILED. MADE IN U.S.A.
EARRINGS FRENCH HOOK STYLE.
NECKLACE: 16 1/2" LONG - DANGLE: 1 5/8" LONG
EARRINGS: 1 1/4" LONG X 1/4" WIDE
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SOUTH INDIAN CHOLA APATITE NECKLACE #3306 PRICE :
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SOUTH INDIAN CHOLA APATITE FRENCH HOOK EARRINGS #3305 PRICE :
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