A sarpech is a prestigious head ornament that came in vogue during the Mughal empire. It was usually adorned by the king and stood as a symbol for the emperor’s power and glory.
This particular sarpech has open work side panels set with two suspended spinel beads and uncut diamonds on gold foliage. The fine meenakari enamel work on the reverse
showcases the deft craftsmanship of the artist.
This lot is over one hundred years old or National Art Treasure,
cannot be exported out of India as per Antiques and Art Treasures Act, 1972.
(payment only in Indian Rupees)
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