Baby Baniya|Joonam Necklace
Product Code: BBAUG17NL02
Availability: Out Of Stock
This pastel neckpiece features a portrait of Isa Khan Safavid, a Persian prince who occupied high offices
under Shah Abbas of Agra. This portrait made with opaque watercolors and gold in 1619, sits atop a
hand-colored woodblock print of a Chrysanthemum. Printed in 1893, the print is a part of a book called
‘A Hundred Chrysanthemums’ by artist Keika Harigawa. The flower, called ‘Kiku’ in Japanese, is a symbol
of the sun, and is also the official flower of Japan and the seal of the Imperial Family. These images are
accompanied by semiprecious Paua Shell from New Zealand, a Kutchh tribal pendant and brocade
strings. Indian and Japanese elements work together beautifully, to create this pretty, yet edgy piece.
(Note: these are digital prints, not the original)
The product will be delivered within 7 working days from the date of placing an order. Goods once sold cannot be returned or exchanged.
Please avoid contact with liquids and remember perfumes are for 'YOU' and not your jewelry. Avoid contact with any abrasive surfaces to help reduce scratches. Please clean the surface with a mildly damp cloth. Please use our jewelry boxes to store your pretty purchase.
Resin, digital print, Paua Shell, Kutchh tribal pendant, Brocade fabric strings, leather thong
Details Brand Baby Baniya Colours Pale Pink Dimensions Length 21 inches, width 4 inches Material Resin, digital print, Paua Shell, Kutchh tribal pendant, Brocade fabric strings, leather thong
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