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Citrine & Labradorite Row Necklace

Bright citrine and mysterious labradorite provide an elegant contrast on this luminous strand, each one hand-crafted by Philadelphia designer Lily B.

An old Kurdish necklace from southern Kurdistan, Iran or Iraq. This necklace has many amulets: the central tube, two heavy triangles worked on all sides in filigree, and round containers that open and shut to hold perfumed material. It is all connected with a heavy ornate chain which shows its age in the many links which are almost worn through.

An old Kurdish necklace from southern Kurdistan, Iran or Iraq. This necklace has many amulets: the central tube, two heavy triangles worked on all sides in fil…

Srta-Pepis

Love this ethnic boho feeling necklace- with its washed red tassels, coins and heavy aged metal! Great inspiration for a boho-chic statement necklace.

Buy Silver Floral Jhumkis Jewelry Earrings Colaba Tales Etched with Hand Painted Idol Motifs Online at Jaypore.com

Buy Floral Silver Jhumkis Online

Incredible PUBLISHED Second Phase Concho Belt c.1900-1910, Native American Jewelry

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Exceptional Yemeni necklace; silver and 19 strands of small red coral beads with a central cylindrical amulet tube called "Hirz" with hanging dangles measuring 13 cm. 19° to early 20° century. Provenance: Belgian private collection. Ref.: "Ethnic Jewellry from Africa, Asia and the Pacific",The René van der Star Collection, The Pepin Press, page 70 - 71 Price: on request. For more information, please email  didiergregoire03@gmail.com

Exceptional Yemeni necklace; silver and 19 strands of small red coral beads with a central cylindrical amulet tube called "Hirz" with hanging dangles measuring 13 cm. 19° to early 20° century. Provenance: Belgian private collection. Ref.: "Ethnic Jewellry from Africa, Asia and the Pacific",The René van der Star Collection, The Pepin Press, page 70 - 71 Price: on request. For more information, please email didiergregoire03@gmail.com

Africa | Prayer beads  and 'Tasbih' necklace from the Omoro peoples of Ethiopia | Gilded silver, brass, glass beads and wool | The Oromo Muslim women can be seen at the Sembete market wearing attractive Tasbih necklaces all made by jewellers in the region.

Prayer beads & 'Tasbih' necklace, Omoro: gilded silver, brass, glass beads and wool

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