Skip links

Muted Mondays – North East’s jewellery

Let the pictures do the talking…it’s muted monday, after all!

A Naga glass bead necklace? Each bell has a different sound…via India | Pair of bronze wire bracelets with horn shaped ends from the Angami, Nagaland |
Wire bracelets with horn shaped ends? From Angami, Nagaland, of course via
Glass bead necklace made by the Konyak tribe, Nagaland via India | Necklace from Nagaland. Glass beads, brass spacers and bells, shells, on cotton fabric thead
Glass beads with brass spacers, stunning bells and shells …stunning neck piece from Nagaland via 
Silver bracelet - all the way from Meghalaya
Silver bracelet – all the way from Meghalaya via
A Naga piece made in brass, perhaps from the late 19th or the early 20th century via 
A stunning Naga piece using blue glass beads as well as a lot of brass or bronze via
Tribal art in 22k gold – another stunning piece from Nagaland via 
An original, antique 31-strand Naga neck piece wrapped around a stunning pendant via 

All this wonderful jewellery from the North-East of India.  There is a piece, somewhere from this wonderful part of the world, waiting to be added to your collection.

Happy looking!

Shilpa xx


Cover Image: via 


Leave a comment