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Kremlin Welcomes Indian Jewels that Enchanted the World
9.04.2014 12:13
Kremlin Welcomes Indian Jewels that Enchanted the World

April 11 will see the opening of the exhibition India: Jewels that Enchanted the World in the Belfry Tower of the Moscow Kremlin.

      The exhibition will for the first time in Russia present three hundred brilliant jewelry works from lots of museums and private collections of Europe, Asia and America. Magnificent creations by Indian jewelers of the 16th – 20th centuries show variety and distinctiveness of jeweler traditions of Hindustan.

      The exhibition illustrates how resorting to Indian motifs and traditions of crafting precious gems - diamonds, emeralds, rubies, sapphires and pearls – resulted in birth of the new original Indian style in Europe.  One of exhibition sections presents works by two outstanding modern Indian jewelers.

      The exhibition will run till July 27.


Sources: http://www.kreml.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Arts and Crafts Moscow Kremlin India, Jewelry Exhibitions in Moscow  

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