is the online portfolio and journal of Australian travel writer Nina Karnikowski.

Antique Indian Haathphool

80.00 AUD

This beautiful antique Indian haathphool, a hand adornment worn by Indian brides for many moons, once called Mumbai’s 150-year-old Chor Bazaar or “thieves’ market”, home. There she was, buried deep in the maze of crowded, narrow lanes lined with stalls and wooden carts heaving with antiques, curios and vintage bric-a-brac.
An truly unique piece of statement jewellery to make any outfit pop, and to bring that touch of Indian mysticism into your life


Condition: Antique with small imperfections; one missing bell on upper left hand side as seen in imagery. All part of the age and charm of the piece.
Material: Antique with bells, slide wrist closure and adjustable ring.

Pieces featured in Nina’s Bazaar are vintage, pre-loved or handmade one-offs so there may be imperfections which add to the character of each piece.


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