In the Yemen of yesteryears, silversmiths would create exquisite pieces of jewelry, laced with a simple, round, silver granule. Silver wires would be melted into perfectly round pieces which would then be linked to form clusters, adding one to many.
A simple act of forming links would serve as the defining principle, holding around it the gravitas of sobering beauty. This is one such piece from Yemen, linked to India where it has been restored at Inaayat. The piece reveals a keen eye for detail with silvered granulations.