This beautiful nath is done in kundan setting and has a beautiful peacock set perfectly to dance on the nose of its wearer. There is a thick gold wire for the purpose of wearing which can be hooked on the side. To support the weight of the nath, it usually has a chain that is pulled above the ear and pinned on the hair. The open tail of the bird is done with three diamonds. Today, such heavy naths are usually worn by brides on their wedding day.
In the west, nose pins and noserings have been adopted by urban women as a mark of defiance of the social norms around the modesty of women.
Jewellery has often been used as a method to convey changing identities and to make a personal statement.
Gold, Rubies, Pearls
20th Century CE