Bow-ring; the surface thickly set with small rods of wire after the style of piqué work. Round the upper edge it is set with rubies in leaf-shaped gold settings; round the sides are two sprays of flowers formed of rubies and emeralds in sunk settings, connected by stems of inlaid gold and diverging from the ornament in the middle of the front. Made of bone.

An00006319 001 l

Thing

Made Of
ruby, gold, bone, emerald
Type of Thing
thumb-ring
Subject
leaf
Techniques
inlaid

Place

Found In
India

Time

Made
18thC
Period/Culture
Mughal dynasty

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