A gem-set and enamelled turban ornament (Sarpech), India, probably Deccan, 19th century the gold openwork body set with foiled white stones possibly diamonds and an a central octagonal emerald, with a central floral medallion flanked by hinged petal florets and surmounted by a hinged curling jigha, four drilled pendant emeralds, the reverse with gold floral and foliate motifs reserved against a green enamelled ground, suspension cord.
Turban Pin of Nizam Of Hyderabad This articulate turban ornament is designed as five hinged openwork floral panels set with foiled table cut diamonds suspending five emerald bead drops surmounted by a similarly set tapering scroll aigrette suspending a single emerald bead drop the red enameled reverse with green and blue enamel detail
A DIAMOND, RUBY AND EMERALD INDIAN SARPECH. The central rose-cut diamond, emerald and ruby flowerhead motif, extending three similarly-set openwork tapering panels of foliate design, to the two drop-shaped emeralds terminals and ropelink, 13.5 x 13.5 cm long (2)
An Indian, white sapphire pendant necklace and earpendants The large pendant of openwork floral design with pear shaped cluster centre to a yoke surmount, set throughout with foiled flat-cut colourless sapphires, to a cord fastener; the foiled flat-cut colourless sapphire earpendants with shaped cluster drops to flowerhead surmounts, with imitation pearl and glass bead fringe decoration, the reverse with polychrome enamel floral decoration, hook fittings