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Picture credit – Annie Boehm Posted by – Annie Boehm This is a silver, enamelled Makara bracelet from China.

Picture credit – Annie Boehm Posted by – Annie Boehm This is a silver, enamelled Makara bracelet from China.

This is a rare and extremely lovely piece of vintage ethnic silver jewellery. Both the clasp and the central front motif of the choker is made up of a pair of Makara, making four individual heads. The fabulous articulated chain of groups of plain and ridged links. The Makara (Sanskrit: मकर) is a legendary sea-creature in Hindu culture. It may take many different forms throughout Hindu culture. Makara is equivalent to the Zodiac sign Capricorn. Measures 15 inches Weighs 67 grams Spring ring clasp

This is a rare and extremely lovely piece of vintage ethnic silver jewellery. Both the clasp and the central front motif of the choker is made up of a pair of Makara, making four individual heads. The fabulous articulated chain of groups of plain and ridged links. The Makara (Sanskrit: मकर) is a legendary sea-creature in Hindu culture. It may take many different forms throughout Hindu culture. Makara is equivalent to the Zodiac sign Capricorn. Measures 15 inches Weighs 67 grams Spring ring…

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Saatchi Art is pleased to offer the painting, "Makara and Ganga at the Confluence," by Turpentyne Sanders, available for purchase at $499 USD. Original Painting: Canvas on Acrylic. Size is 30 H x 24 W x 1.5 in.

Saatchi Art is pleased to offer the painting, "Makara and Ganga at the Confluence," by Turpentyne Sanders, available for purchase at $499 USD. Original Painting: Acrylic on Canvas. Size is 30 H x 24 W x 1.5 in.

Title Bracelets with Confronting Makara Heads (Karas) Origin India Date 1801–1900 Medium Gold, diamonds, and crystalline inset in the kundan technique, with polychrome enamel (minakari) Dimensions 9.9 × 8.9 × 1.4 cm (3 15/16 × 3 1/2 × 8/16 in.)

Title Bracelets with Confronting Makara Heads (Karas) Origin India Date 1801–1900 Medium Gold, diamonds, and crystalline inset in the kundan technique, with polychrome enamel (minakari) Dimensions 9.9 × 8.9 × 1.4 cm (3 15/16 × 3 1/2 × 8/16 in.)

"A charming vintage figural silver tone Makara double elephant head bangle bracelet with garnet Cabochon eyes. It has a clasp connection in the center with a safety chain. The bangle measures about 6 1/2\" long around the inside. It is in great condition, though one of the eyes is painted (very difficult to notice). **The box pictured is a photo prop and is not included**"

"A charming vintage figural silver tone Makara double elephant head bangle bracelet with garnet Cabochon eyes. It has a clasp connection in the center with a safety chain. The bangle measures about 6 1/2\" long around the inside. It is in great condition, though one of the eyes is painted (very difficult to notice). **The box pictured is a photo prop and is not included**"

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"Panchadhatu, translated from Sanskrit, means five-metal and is of sacred significance. The 5 metals consist of gold, silver, copper, zinc and iron. These metals carry a certain energy that resonates with the body and wearing jewelry made from such an alloy is believed to bring life balance, confidence, health, happiness, prosperity and peace of mind. We present here a bangle from Panchadhatu. Covered in pure silver, the outer portion represents \"Makara\", a legendary sea creature often depicte

"Panchadhatu, translated from Sanskrit, means five-metal and is of sacred significance. The 5 metals consist of gold, silver, copper, zinc and iron. These metals carry a certain energy that resonates with the body and wearing jewelry made from such an alloy is believed to bring life balance, confidence, health, happiness, prosperity and peace of mind. We present here a bangle from Panchadhatu. Covered in pure silver, the outer portion represents \"Makara\", a legendary sea creature often…

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Makara is a demon in the series. Makara is said to be a holy creature from Hindu mythology that carries the gods Ganga and Varuna on its back where it serves as the mount. It lives in rivers and lakes. It is a type of fish and is said to have the attributes of crocodiles, hippopotami, elephants, and Naga. Its appearance varies, although its common trait is having a land animal's head and an aquatic animal's body. In the Si-yu-ki, a Buddhist record of the western world, a Makara was the size…

For your consideration is an impressive Indian Jaipur silver (tested) bangle bracelet with a Makara head on each terminal, accented with enamel and coral beads. It comes with a rare closing mechanism, consisting of a discrete screw that when turns clockwise it allows to remove the terminals (Makaras' head) and in the opposite direction closes the mechanism (see last 3 photos for details). It measures 58.8 mm with an electronic caliper and weights 80 grams. As shown on the photos, it is in good v

For your consideration is an impressive Indian Jaipur silver (tested) bangle bracelet with a Makara head on each terminal, accented with enamel and coral beads. It comes with a rare closing mechanism, consisting of a discrete screw that when turns clockwise it allows to remove the terminals (Makaras' head) and in the opposite direction closes the mechanism (see last 3 photos for details). It measures 58.8 mm with an electronic caliper and weights 80 grams. As shown on the photos, it is in…

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