DescriptionA Nepalese Semi-Precious Stone Inlaid Gold and Gilt Copper Alloy Amulet Necklace, circa 1800
14-1/2 inches long (36.8 cm) (excluding cord)
Pacific Asia Museum, Jewels of the Orient, March 21-25, 1984.
The necklace composed of five pendants and spacing beads on a silk cord, inlaid with a variety of semiprecious stones including rubies, emeralds, garnets, turquoise, and coral, the center amulet adorned in eight-armed Mahakala wielding the sword, vajra, bell and other attributes, with consort on his knee, and two reclining beasts in front, all on a lotus base, flanked by smaller pendants and two peanut shaped beads.
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