A pair of gem-set and enamelled bracelets (kara), North India, Rajasthan, mid-19th century
the hinged clasps rendered in the form of two confronting makaras, decorated with red, green, white, and blue enamels, the interiors with floral vines, set with foil-backed facet-cut diamonds to exterior and two cat-eye stones on heads
each: 7.8cm. diam.
Family of Hari Singh Nalwa (1791-1837), by descent.