Richtprijs € 1200-1500


A 22-carat gold bracelet consisting of one intertwined twisted coil. Probably Mataram Kingdom, 7/10th century AD, Java. Weight: 33 g. Diam. inside of the bracelet: 5,5/6,5 cm. A similar piece was on display in Geneva in 2016/2017 at the museum of Far East Art 'Fondation Baur' during the exposition 'Bijoux d'Orients lointains -Au fil de l’or, au fil de l’eau'. The Mataram Kingdom flourished in Central Java between the 7th and the 10th century AD. During the Mataram Kingdom, when the Shiva temple complex Pranbanam (ca 856) and the Buddhist temple of Borobudur (780-833) were built, art on the island was very refined, as is also reflected in the golden jewelery of that time. Jewels also played a social role, as a sign of wealth and prestige. For example, refined jewelry was found in tombs to serve as a burial gift and as a reflection of the social rank of its owner.

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