Ethnic Jewels

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I'm looking for a Turkmen pendant

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A rare Masai womans ear ornament talk

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Kazhutthuru (Marriage necklace) late 19th century or early 20th century Pudukottai, Tamil Nadu V&A Museum

Kazhutthuru (Marriage necklace)
late 19th century or early 20th century
Pudukottai, Tamil Nadu
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Thailand necklace, made of high-grade silver, first half of the 20th century or possibly earlier. According to Anne Leurquin, t...

Thailand necklace, made of high-grade silver, first half of the 20th century or possibly earlier. According to Anne Leurquin, these are newer versions of the gold necklaces of the Ayutthaya time (16th-18th c.) a very similar example is shown in Ghysels collection of necklaces.





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This Community space is to discuss and share the history and Cultural use of Jewellery . We welcome all constructive discussion ...

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