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Design in Traditional Jewellery: III. Central India

Title:Design in Traditional Jewellery: III. Central India
Author:S.V.V.
Publication:Marg
Enumeration:Vol. 6 Issue no. 3; pp. 57-62/June 1953
Abstract:Two principal regions of Central India which contributed greatly to traditional jewellery designs were Rajputana and Malwa. The progress of the art was helped by exchange of dowry in the form of jewellery and periodical durbars. The illustrations show necklaces, a jewellery box, and various hand, arm, head, and foot ornaments, and an enamel back-stretcher.

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