Chand Tika, which was part of Queen Jindan Kaur’s jewelry, was auctioned off in London. Maharani Jindan Kaur was the last wife of Maharaja Ranjit Singh of the Sikh Empire. The jewelry was then inherited by her granddaughter Princess Bamba Sutherland.
Once upon a time Chand Tika, which was part of Queen Jindan Kaur’s jewelry, was auctioned in London. Kaur was the last wife of Maharaja Ranjit Singh of the Sikh Empire. The jewelry was then inherited by her granddaughter, Princess Bamba Sutherland. The gem-studded lunar vaccine sold this week for an offer of £ 62,500 at Bonaham’s Islamic and Indian art auction.
Along with this, other rare 19th century artifacts also managed to attract many dialects. Bonhams said Jindan Kaur was Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s only living widow. He rebelled against the British in the Punjab, but was then forced to surrender. More than 600 of her jewels were confiscated in the famous Lahore treasure.
He was imprisoned before coming to Nepal in 1848. The auction house believes that the jewelry available for sale this week is certainly the jewelry that Jindan Kaur gave him after the British authorities agreed to stay with him. son Dalip Singh in London. Some of the rare artifacts in the auction include a 19th-century watercolor golden temple and a photo of the city of Amritsar.
It is believed that all paintings in the Golden Temple have been prepared from watercolor so far, this is the largest. It was auctioned for 75,062 pounds. Apart from this, the portrait of Raja Sher Singh Attariwala, who was the commander of the Second Anglo-Sikh War (1848-1849), was also sold at auction.