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October 02, 1997
Amrita Jhaveri models a 17th century spinel bead necklace with an estimated value of 350,000 pounds Sterling...
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THE JEWELS OF THE MAHARAJAHS ARE DISPLAYED FOR AUCTION AT CHRISTIES
Amrita Jhaveri models a 17th century spinel bead necklace with an estimated value of 350,000 pounds Sterling October 2. Spinels come from a district in Afghanistan and until the 20th century the beads, amoungst the most prized stones used by the Mughal emperors, were mistakenly thought by the West to be a type of ruby. Christie's will be holding a two-day sale this month of important Indian jewellery worn by the durbars of the Maharajahs in the 16th and 17th centuries.

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