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Gold & Silver ‘Moon & Sun’ Bracelet North-West Morocco 19th-20th century

Michael Backman Ltd -Gold & Silver ‘Moon & Sun’ Bracelet North-West Morocco century

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Morocco ~ Three necklaces from the Anti Atlas region, a pair of silver and enamel earrings (Ida ou Semlal, Tiznit) earrings and a pair of silver and enamel 'Khalkhal' anklets (first quarter century)

Картинки по запросу браслеты винтажные

Картинки по запросу браслеты винтажные

Old silver pendant with blue enamell from Multan (Madinat-ul-Awliyah: the City of Saints) in Pakistan.

Old silver with blue enamel from Multan (Madinat-ul-Awliyah: the City of Saints), Pakistan.

Central Asia | Amulet case | late 19th–early 20th century | Silver, glass | This piece of silver jewelry takes the form of a triangle and rests on the wearer’s chest. Tumar-shaped jewelry usually consists of three sections: a triangular mountain motif, a bozbend tube meant for prayer scrolls, and an inverted mountain symbol from which spherical pendants are suspended. This tumar is decorated with six horn motifs and embellished with twelve pieces of red glass.

Amulet case, late century Central Asia Silver, glass This piece of silver jewelry takes the form of a triangle, or a tumar, and rested on the wearer’s chest.

"Central Asia or Iran | Pectoral Ornament | late 19th–early 20th century | Silver, with decorative wire, cabochon and slightly-domed carnelians, and turquoises" Metropolitan Museum in New York BUT the Wolf collection and the book have been severely criticised by several connoisseurs ~ http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150376394673049=a.365927863048.151707.365830083048=3

Pectoral Ornament century Geography: Central Asia or Iran Culture: Islamic Medium: Silver, with decorative wire, cabochon and slightly-domed carnelians, and turquoises Dimensions: 12 x 6 in.

PrivateCollection's | PictureBook | 08-08-26 Chinese Silver Wedding Necklace

This early century silver wedding necklace represents a transitional period in Chinese jewelry. This necklace shows a western influence

Flint “Mechak” Purse. These purses are used by the nomadic Khampa people in a remote part of Tibet to carry flint or “Mechak”, referring to a traditional Tibetan iron edged tool, used for creating sparks. These are made of Ox hide and exquisitely decorated with brass, iron, silver and turquoise. Location: Tibet | Dimensions: 3.5" x 5.5" x 1.5". See more at londoncoin.com

These purses are used by the nomadic Khampa people in a remote part of Tibet to carry flint or “Mechak”, referring to a traditional Tibetan iron edged tool, used for creating sparks.

Morocco | Silver Berber enameled bracelet from Tiznit | Silver (content unknown) and enamel | Late 19th century

Berber enamel and silver bracelet from Tiznit, Moroccan, late Century

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