Gao box, the main centerpiece of necklace, from the border of Nepal and Tibet. Filigree on silver and gilded. Tibet-Nepal border, 19th century. [ VAJRA | Gallery #53 | 917.628.5718 | email@example.com ]
Kira Dress. Woven cotton and embroidery, known as the National Royal dress of Bhutan. The eternity knot, protection fence, and stars depicted on the dress. Woven cotton and embroidery, Bhutan, 1920. [ VAJRA | Gallery #53 | 917.628.5718 | firstname.lastname@example.org ]
Agor are important Tibetan jewelry for adornment, power, and protection. Image on top disc is of a mythical animal called zipak for healing and protection. Middle disc is the wheel of law, and bottom disc is a peacock symbolizing beauty. Tibet or Nepal, possibly made by Nepali artists. [ VAJRA | Gallery #53 | 917.628.5718 | email@example.com ]
This gold Tayo is worn by deities and one and only Kumari–a virgin goddess in Newari (a Nepalese Caste Group). Carved gold repousse, wax, coral, and glass. Nepal. [ VAJRA | Gallery #53 | 917.628.5718 | firstname.lastname@example.org ]
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