A Satlada is a seven-stringed pearl necklace; the
origin of this style is believed to be the port city of Basra or al-Ba rah. The city is located in Iraq abutting the river Shatt al-Arab. This particular piece comprises of seven strings of pearls, each suspended on a central openwork pendant of floral design. It is an exclusive kundan-set with a series of inverted
pear- shaped Feroza stone drops in its surrounding and includes two beautiful and complimenting bracelets. The satlada has been strung on an adjustable silk cord and mounted in 14K gold. The total weight is 243.600gms.Basra Satlada is popular among brides these days, this style of jewellery was once patronised by the Nizams of Hyderabad and therefore has a very aristocratic aura to it.
The total weight is 243.600 grams, necklace length
52 cm & bracelet length 18.5 cm.
Rs. 8,00,000 - 12,00,000
(Inclusive 15% margin)
Provenance : Property of an important private estate
based in Jaipur.