Ethnic Jewels

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I'm looking for a Turkmen pendant

Started by Karolina Rakowska in Discussions. Last reply by Samir Nov 22, 2020. 4 Replies

A rare Masai womans ear ornament talk

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I’ve been told this might be Kurdish, I don’t really know but I’ve seen Kurdish ones of similar shape. Any opinion?

I’ve been told this might be Kurdish, I don’t really know but I’ve seen Kurdish ones of similar shape. Any opinion?



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Hi!...I'm just polishing up these pins....they're silver, but not sterling, with flat blue glass stones....the large one is app...

Hi!...I'm just polishing up these pins....they're silver, but not sterling, with flat blue glass stones....the large one is approx. 5" across. I wondered if anyone could identify them exactly....I think they could be Tajik but not really sure! Thanks very much xx











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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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