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Jewellery has been part of the Indian civilization since ancient history.
Ornaments made of gold, silver, copper, ivory, pottery and beads have been
discovered in civilizations as ancient as the Harappa and Mohanjodaro.
The Indus valley goldsmith knew how to make moulds for metal and terra-cotta
Necklace ornaments. Gold jewellery from these civilizations consist of
bracelets, necklaces, bangles, ear ornaments, rings, head ornaments, brooches,
girdles etc. This art has been perfected with modern styles and further
materials used. Besides gold and other metal jewellery, stones, conch shells,
wood, plant seeds etc. are used. Ethnic patterns, with intricate motifs are much
in demand for their absorbing styles"