Fabrizio meloni - takahiro yoshikawa - vif et rythmique


The show displayed almost 300 pieces from the Al Thani collection of Indian and Indian-inspired gems and jewellery covering five centuries, from the Mughal period to the present. It has been amassed over a remarkably short period of time by Sheikh Hamad bin Abdullah Al Thani. The first cousin to the emir of Qatar admits that it has become “an obsession”, one that began in 2009 when he visited the exhibition Maharaja: The Splendour of India's Royal Courts, at London's Victoria and Albert Museum. The Sheikh now owns what is probably the most important collection of historical Indian jewellery in private hands.


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