Handmade silver bracelet, one of a kind closure made as the traditional Bazuband bracelet. For 3 centuries – from 1526 until the1850ies the Mughal dynasty determined the Empire’s artistic designs. The rulers’ influence was so holistic that it is visible even today. Their will was the motor of artistic evolution. The artisans were to carry out orders without hindrance, which allowed them to fully develop their creativity. Indian Jewellery has always provided adornments for several parts of the body – from head to toes. Arm ornaments can be found in various ranges of complexity, weight and designs. Chur, Churin, Gajrah, Jaweh, Kangan and Bazuband are some of them. The actual ring is based on the last design. The Bazuband is composed of three flexible hinged units, each set with gemstones. According to Mughal tradition, it was worn tied to the upper arm with cords.