Turban Ornaments

The Maghal Turban Ornament

Turban Ornament

A little bit of histoy:
This is a magnificent example of Mongolian jewellery which illustrates to successful composition of different shapes and colours.
Only the Emperor himself or his intimate relations and select members of his entourage which included elephants as well as men were permitted to wear the royal turban ornament.  As the empire matured, different styles of ornaments acquired the genetic name from sar or sir, meaning head, and pech meaning fastener.

Our turban ornament is made as close as possible to the original piece.  It is finished in gold plating.

The Maghal Turban Ornament

Turban Ornament

A little bit of histoy:
This is a magnificent example of Mongolian jewellery which illustrates to successful composition of different shapes and colours.
Only the Emperor himself or his intimate relations and select members of his entourage which included elephants as well as men were permitted to wear the royal turban ornament.  As the empire matured, different styles of ornaments acquired the genetic name from sar or sir, meaning head, and pech meaning fastener.

Our turban ornament is made as close as possible to the original piece.  It is finished in gold plating.