Bajubandhs come in different forms and shapes but the design of this lot is very traditional. The word bajubandh is derived from ‘baju’ meaning arm and ‘bandh’ meaning clasp. They are worn on the upper arm. The presented bajubandhs are designed as flexible bands of lattice motif set with table-cut diamonds and intricate enamel detailing
on the reverse. Furthermore the rarity of this lot is accentuated by the fact that most bajubandhs of this style are mounted with white sapphires, however this lot comprises of diamond polkis and is in a good condition making it suitable to be part of a comprehensive collection.
This lot is over one hundred years old or National Art Treasure, cannot be exported out of India as per Antiques and Art Treasures Act, 1972.
(payment only in Indian Rupees)
Provenance : Property from an important Mumbai based collection.