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Kremlin Museums to Display Nizam Collection from India in 2014
27.02.2013 16:54
Kremlin Museums to Display Nizam Collection from India in 2014

Kremlin Museums intend to show to public the unique Nizam Collection at the exhibition of Indian jewelry planned to be held in April, 2014.

      The collection has never been taken away from India. The exhibition under the working title Stones and Jewelry of India will bring together works of Indian jeweler art from the 18th century (epoch of decline of the Great Moguls Empire) up to creations of modern jewelers. Most of the exhibits will arrive not from museums, but from private collections, owners and jewelers’ collections from all over the world.

      The jewelry collection of Nizam of Hyderabad (they ruled the Hyderabad State from 1720 to 1948) is the most expensive collection in India. The government of India acquired the collection in 1995.

Sources: http://ria.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow India Moscow Kremlin Jewelry  

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