Gallery Talk: South Asian Jewelry from the Kipper Collection 



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  • Free with museum admission

Explore the significance of adornment in South Asian culture through a look at jewelry from the Barbara and David Kipper Collection and related sculptures of gods and goddesses.

An ornamental Tibetan diadem made of gold and encrusted with turquoise and red jewels. Along the top of the tiadem are silver skulls facing o

Oracle Diadem, 19th century.


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