Necklace Date: 19th century Culture: Moroccan Medium: silver, carnelian Dimensions: Length: 20 x 5 1/4 in. (50.8 cm)

Necklace Date: early century Culture: African (Maasai peoples) Medium: glass, metal, shell Dimensions: Length: 11 x 9 in.

Turkestan | Amulet; silver, silver gilt and carnelian ~ tumar | Tekke people | ca. early 1900s | 2500€ ~ sold (May/08)

Turkestan | Amulet; silver, silver gilt and carnelian ~ tumar | Tekke people | ca. early 1900s | 2500€ ~ sold (May/08)

museum quality antique pendant from Central Asia, Tekke Turkmen. This 19 th century treasure is made of high grade silver(tested higher than 95 %

museum quality antique pendant from Central Asia, Tekke Turkmen. This 19 th century treasure is made of high grade silver(tested higher than 95 %

A set of large triangular linked fibulae with glass and enamelling

A set of large triangular linked fibulae with glass and enamelling . Linked with ornate box chain sections and a central hirz pendant with coin adornments. Tiznit Morocco Circa 1920 Fibula 26 x cmChains cm Hirz 6 cm x 11 cm

Turkestan | Temporal pendant ~ engse lik ~ from the Yomud people | Silver, silver gilt and carnelian | 20th century

Turkestan | Temporal pendant ~ engse lik ~ from the Yomud people | Silver, silver gilt and carnelian | 20th century

The stunning sterling silver pendant is from Rajasthan, India. Paired with antique silver beads and rare carved Aventurine picked up on a trip to Myanmar. The beads are carved with hollow patterns and are a beauty to behold. Made by Jayanthi Kanderi for Mahasara Studio.

The stunning sterling silver pendant is from Rajasthan, India. Paired with antique silver beads and rare carved Aventurine picked up on a trip to Myanmar. The beads are carved with hollow patterns and are a beauty to behold. Made by Jayanthi Kanderi for Mahasara Studio.

Central Asia (Turkmen) | Silver gilt and carnelian back ornament | Early 20th century | This back ornament of double heart form, sometimes worn on the breast, protects against the evil eye.

Central Asia (Turkmen) silver gilt and carnelian back ornament, early Century. This ornament of double heart form, sometimes worn on the breast, protects against the evil eye. World Jewelry Museum.

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