Bird pendant, Morocco, 18th century, This pendant shaped a peacock with outspread wings and tail fan-shaped, whose symbolize happiness and marital happiness. emeralds, amethysts, ruby, pearls, enamel, gold, 40 x 8.2 x 2.9 cm, 127 g
Jewish women's headcoverings from the different region of Morocco
Femme des années 70 au regard perçant !
Africa | 'Malika', the beautiful fassia, in her home. Fez, Morocco || Scanned vintage postcard; published by M. Flandrin
Africa | Young Jewish woman from Tangier, Morocco. ca. 1st quarter of the 20th century. | Vintage postcard; publisher Kunstverlag Phönix, Berlin. No 136
From a portfolio of prints by Jean Besancenot, documenting the costumes and jewellery worn by the women in the Anti Atlas, Middle Atlas and High Atlas region. ca. ca. 1934 - 1939
Le Maroc étincelant, Mireille Morin-Barde, éditions Marcus, Paris 1965.