A long gold and pearl necklace for women (haar) with a pendant representing a five-petalled rosette.
The pendant is dressed in brilliant-cut and rose-cut diamonds set in intricately designed patterns. The yellow tourmaline cabochons are inlaid with diamonds. Two majestic peacocks, dressed in diamonds and facing outside are perched on the top of the rosette. Faceted tourmalines, bordered with diamonds suspended from the rosette give the necklace an air of movement.
Seven lines of uniform cultured pearls emanate from either side of the rosette pendant, terminating at diamond-encrusted finials.
Of all bird motifs in Indian jewelry, the peacock is the most important. It is the vahana (mount) of Lord Shiva and Parvati's second son, Karttikeya, and symbolizes joy, beauty, and pride.