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World wide history of dress: the "sheephorn" headdress is created by stiffening and shaping the hair with congealed mutton fat, the holding it in place with silver, turquoise, and coral clips

World wide history of dress: the "sheephorn" headdress is created by stiffening and shaping the hair with congealed mutton fat, the holding it in place with silver, turquoise, and coral clips

Married Woman's Skullcap Headdress and attached Temple Pendants. Mongolia Khalka region, Qing Dynasty, mid-19th century. Silver, coral and turquoise.

Married Woman's Skullcap Headdress and attached Temple Pendants Mongolia Khalka region Qing Dynasty century Silver coral and turquoise by mharrsch,

Mongolia | A suite of silver-gilt filigree Jewellery; comprising an elaborate head dress and six hinged double sections, all with filigree decoration, set with coral, lapis lazuli and turquoise, floral design on granulated filigree and openwork grounds  headdress | ca. 1st half of the 20th century | 11'400$ ~ Sold

full set of hair ornaments for Khalkha Mongolian married women hairstyle.

Khalkha headdress. Silver filigree, partial gilding, turquoise, coral and lapis lazuli inlay. Horse hair used to simulate human hair. Mongolia, 19th-20th c. Private collection

Silver filigree, partial gilding, turquoise, coral and lapis lazuli inlay. Horse hair used to simulate human hair. Mongolia, c.

Headdress of Ordos Mongolian married woman, with extensive fringe following the line of the eyebrows. China, Inner Mongolia: Ordos people; 19th/20th c. Height (total): 39 cm. Silver, coral, Peking glass, turquoise, malachite, agate, enamel, cloth. Published in Truus Daalder, *Ethnic Jewellery and Adornment*, p. 278. (Joost Daalder).

Headdress of Ordos Mongolian Married Woman, Inner Mongolia: Ordos people…

Silver Mongolian headdress ~ djasal ~ that would have been worn by a Chalcha (Khalkh/Khalka ) women.  Silver, large pieces of  coral and turquoise, and horsehair | ca. 19th century | Price on Request

Silver Mongolian headdress ~ djasal ~ that would have been worn by a Chalcha (Khalkh/Khalka ) women. Silver, large pieces of coral and turquoise, and horsehair

Mongolia, Chahar Province. Earrings; made of silver, coral, (possibly) turquoise and (certainly) enamel. Worn by married women as part of their headdress. These are not very old: 20th century (and probably even after 1950, I would think); but quite attractive. ©World Jewellery Museum, South Korea.

made of silver, coral, (possibly) turquoise and enamel. ©World Jewellery Museum, South Korea.

Mongolian full headdress of an unusual shape, made of coral with silver. From the archives of wellknown collector and dealer Linda Pastorino, who has handled many great pieces over the years, of which this is one.

rare shape, full headdress coral with silver Mongolia (archives sold )

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