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Armlet Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 9 pictures in our Armlet collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Gold armlet with terminals in the form of griffins, from the Oxus treasure, Persia, 550-330 BC
Gold armlet with terminals in the form of griffins, from the Oxus treasure, Persia, 550-330 BC
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A bronze Benin armlet terminating in a crocodile head, Nigeria. Artist: Werner Forman
A bronze Benin armlet terminating in a crocodile head, Nigeria. Artist: Werner Forman
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Three young Masai women, 1912
Three young Masai women, 1912
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A Masai matron, 1912
A Masai matron, 1912
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Cross Pendant Brooches & Earrings, Suite of Indian Ornaments, 1863. Artist: Robert Dudley
Cross Pendant Brooches & Earrings, Suite of Indian Ornaments, 1863. Artist: Robert Dudley
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War trappings of the ancient Britons, 1933-1934
War trappings of the ancient Britons, 1933-1934
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Armilla of Andrei Bogolyubsky, c. 1170. Artist: West European Applied Art
Armilla of Andrei Bogolyubsky, c. 1170. Artist: West European Applied Art
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Griffin-headed Armlet
Griffin-headed Armlet
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Celtic bronze armlet from Scotland
Celtic bronze armlet from Scotland
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Cross Pendant Brooches & Earrings, Suite of Indian Ornaments, 1863. Artist: Robert Dudley Featured Image

Cross Pendant Brooches & Earrings, Suite of Indian Ornaments, 1863. Artist: Robert Dudley

Cross Pendant Brooches & Earrings, Suite of Indian Ornaments, 1863. Queen Alexandra's Indian Necklace was one of her wedding gifts from Queen Victoria. It was part of a suite of Indian ornaments comprising a collar, armlet and two bracelets, made from uncut emeralds, diamonds and pearls. The seven-row collar of pearl and emerald beads was hung with a multitude of diamond pendants with emerald or pearl drops. From A Memorial of the Marriage of H.R.H. Albert Edward, Prince of Wales and H.R.H. Alexandra, Princess of Denmark, by W. H Russell. [Day and Son, London, 1863]

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