Published March 4, 2008
by The Khalili Collections .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||272|
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By Henrietta Sharp Cockrell, Stephen Vernoit, Pedro Moura Carvalho: Gems and Jewels of Mughal India: Jewelled and Enamelled Objects from the 16th to 20th Centuries (The Nasser D Khalili Collection of Islamic Art) (Studies in the Khalili Collection) Gems and Jewels of Mughal India: Jewelled and Enamelled Objects from. Gems and jewels of Mughal India: jewelled and enamelled objects from the 16th to 20th centuries. [Pedro de Moura Carvalho; Henrietta Sharp Cockrell; Stephen Vernoit; Muʼassasat Nūr al-Ḥusayn.] -- The 18th in the series, this fine volume continues the high standard of earlier catalogs, presenting detailed scholarship and outstanding images of the Khalili collection. Gems and Jewels of Mughal India Jewelled and enamelled objects from the 16th to 20th centuries. VOLUME XVIII Published Pedro Moura Carvalho with . Gems and Jewels of Mughal India: Jewelled and Enamelled Objects from the 16th to 20th Centuries (Inglese) Copertina rigida – 10 ottobre di Pedro Moura Carvalho (Autore), Nasser D. Khalili (Avanti), Henrietta Sharp Cockrell (Collaboratore), Stephen Vernoit (Collaboratore), Christopher Phillips (Fotografo) & 2 altroFormat: Copertina rigida.
The rulers of Mughal India often ordered their names and titles to be inscribed on rubies, emeralds and diamonds, a practice which originated in Iran under the Timurids (). Some of these gems ended up in the collection of the Mughal emperors who continued the tradition. Stephen Vernoit is the author of Islamic Art in the 19th Century ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Occidentalism ( avg rating, /5. The Great Mughal purchased all the spinel rubies from all over the world, as these gems brought high profits when sent on for sale in India. The consumption and aesthetic demands of the Mughal Empire required a constant flow of goods, jewels, and countless rarities that only a port such as Goa could properly supply (Vassallo e Silva and Flores, ). Feast your eyes on an unparalleled collection of Mughal jewels, European-Indian hybrid designs and 20th-Century creations by leading Jewellery houses. Spanning over years of history and sovereign power on the subcontinent, Maharajas & Mughal Magnificence tells the story of a continuous tradition of patronage from the Mughal Empire to present day, with provenance including the royal and.