Gold Necklace, Har

A gold necklace, har, with almond shaped collets, kundan set with rubies and a rim of suspended pearls and green glass beads.
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The story of India’s fascination with jewellery dates back more than 5,000 years ago in the Indus Valley. At that time, India was the largest manufacturer and exporter of beads to the world. India was also home to the diamond. It’s believed that it was the people from the Indus Valley Civilization who first explored the craft of jewellery making. 

The Indian woman is rarely seen without jewellery. The ornaments indicated much more than the obvious messages of marital status, rank and wealth. Tot the perceptive, they spoke of her moods, her desires and offered glimpses of her intimate self. The ornaments are often also used as amulets. 

The neck, one of the important centers of the mystical. It is there considered that the necklace attracts and retains love and brings luck. Among other types of jewellery, necklaces have always had a maximum magic spell. Probably, bright and rich necklace distracted ill-wisher on behalf of the owner, and thus protected from the danger of the evil eye, hypnotic effect.