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MARIJKE DE GOEY 1947 - Bracelet folded spiral stainless steel design execution 1990

MARIJKE DE GOEY 1947 - Bracelet folded spiral stainless steel design execution 1990

Mongolia | A Khalkha woman's silver partial headdress; The globular cap with attached chain tassels to the front, ear and neck plates constructed with a series of endless knot and spiral patterns and mounted with pieces of coral and turquoise. | ca. 19th/20th century | 3'660$ ~ Sold (June '10)

A Khalkha woman's silver partial headdress; The globular cap with attached chain tassels to the front, ear and neck plates constructed with a series of endless knot and spiral patterns and mounted with pieces of coral and turquoise. Mongolia ca.

Guizhou, China | Silver earrings.  ca. 1st half 20th century

Earrings Guizhou, China First half 1900 Engraved silver Ethnic Jewels

Fan shaped gold hair comb, each side curling in a spiral to end in a baroque pearl; sytlized enameled flour in the center.  Possibly German, circa 1900-1910

a-harlots-progress: Fan shaped gold hair comb, each side curling in a spiral to end in a baroque pearl; stylized enameled flower in the center. Possibly German, circa

Indonesia | Man's armband with spirals ~'gelang sarung' ~ silver gilt, suasa…

Indonesia, Man’s armband with spirals ~’gelang sarung’ ~ silver gilt, suasa, Karo Batak -

Art Smith Modernist Brass Jewelry Mid Century Vintage Designer Brooch Pin | eBay

Art Smith Modernist Brass Jewelry Mid Century Vintage Designer Brooch Pin

Afghanistan | Silver ring with spiral motifs set with oval carnelian. | First half of the 20th century

Afghanistan | Silver ring with spiral motifs set with oval carnelian. | First half of the 20th century

New Zealand | Maori Hei Tiki pendant | Whale bone | 19th - 20th century | Price on request

Maori Whale Bone Hei Tiki Pendant,Origin: New Zealand Circa: 19 th Century AD to 20 th Century AD .

Mandala from Nepal. 20th century. Brass, with coral and turquoise inlays and filigree work. The Museum of Oriental Art, Moscow

Mandala (symbol of the universe). Brass, with coral and turquoise inlays and filigree work.

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