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  • A Welcome
    Welcome to the Ethnic Jewels Magazine Archive. This is a collection of objects and information which was shared in our Facebook communities. The information is arranged in a fully searchable database which I hope you will enjoy using Thank you for visiting and also for contributing. Warmest wishes Sarah ETHNIC JEWELS MAGAZINE
  • Amulet – India
    Photo credit – Michael BackmanPosted by – Michael Backman Hindu Pilgrim’s silver Krishna amulet pendant Necklace (Chhedi ka Jantar). Rajasthan, India 19th century. Click here to see original post.
  • Amulet – India
    Photo credit – Michael BackmanPosted by – Michael Backman Hindu pilgrim’s silver Ganesh amulet pendant (Chhedi ka Jantar). Rajasthan, India. 19th-early 20th century. Click here to see original post.
  • Amulet – India
    Photo credit – Michael BestePosted by – Michael Beste From Himachal Pradesh, Northern India. High percentage silver and enamel-work. Collected in the Mandi area during the 1980s. Click here to see original post.
  • Amulet – India
    Photo credit – Michael BestePosted by – Michael Beste From Himachal Pradesh, Northern India. High percentage silver and enamel-work. Collected in the Mandi area during the 1980s. Click here to see original post.
  • Amulet – India
    Picture credit – ToyaPosted by – Toya A silver engraved Devi amulet pendant, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Amulet – India
    Picture credit – ToyaPosted by – Toya A silver amulet pendant engraved with multiple deities, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Amulet – India
    Picture credit – ToyaPosted by – Toya A silver amulet pendant, engraved with a depiction of Behru, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Amulet – India
    Picture credit – ToyaPosted by – Toya A silver amulet pendant engraved with deities, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Amulet box – India
    Photo credit – Michael BestePosted by – Michael Beste A rare amulet box from Rajasthan, India. Can be opened on the side. The backside shows a flower, which usually stand for the Tree-of-Life: the roots in the underworld, the stem in our world and the flower with the gods. Silver, glass stones. 4,5cm x 4,4cm, … Continue reading "Amulet box – India"
  • Anklet – India
    Picture credit – Isabel IglesiasPosted by – Isabel Iglesias A silver anklet, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Anklet – India
    Picture credit – Annie BoehmPosted by – Annie Boehm Cast brass, one part anklet (wankidi) worn by the Lambadi or Banjara gypsy women, Central India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Anklets – India
    Picture credit – Isabel IglesiasPosted by – Isabel Iglesias A pair of silver anklets, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Anklets – India
    Photo credit – Michael BestePosted by – Michael Beste A Pair of footbangles from Rajasthan, India, Silver. Can be worn around the wrist too. The front slides open to the side. 6cm diameter, 120 grams. Click here to see original post.
  • Anklets – India
    Picture Credit – Annie BoehmPosted by – Annie Boehm Silver anklets from Gujarat, India. Protective patterns are seen punched into the silver in a circular shape on one, triangular on the other. Click here to see the original post.
  • Anklets- India
    Posted by- Tess Axson Johnson  Photo credit- Tess Axson Johnson Two Anklets from Tamil Nadu, Southern India  Click here to see original post
  • Arm band – India
    Picture credit – Linda PastorinoPosted by – Linda Pastorino A Naga beaded arm band on fibre, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Arm band – India
    Photo credit – Michael BestePosted by – Michael Beste Bazuband (ornament for the upper arm) from the Banjara in Maharashtra, India, It was made from an embroidered cotton piece and cowrie shells. Click here to see original post.
  • Arm Cuff – India
    Picture Credit – Annie BoehmPosted by – Annie Boehm This is an upper arm cuff worn by the Naga people; made from wood to resemble ivory. Click here to see the original post.
  • Arm ornament – India
    Photo credit – Michael BestePosted by – Michael Beste Arm Ornament from the Naga, Orissa, India. Made in lost-wax cast from a copper alloy. 9cm long, diameter 8cm18/19th century. This type is called heirloom bangle. Jacobs – The Nagas, page 264-265. Catalogue of Barbier-Mueller. Click here to see original post.
  • Armband – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A mesh silver and leather Rajasthani armband, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Armbands – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A couple of Nagaland armbands, made up of silver, cowrie shells and leather, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Armlet – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A Maharashtra armlet made up of cotton embroider textile and then decorated with colourful tassels, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Armlet – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A beaded armlet made up of metal beads and cotton tassels, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Armlet – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A brass armlet with cotton embroidery, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Armlet – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A silver armlet, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Armlets – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A pair of armlets made out of cotton thick string, embroidery on the ends and coins attached to them, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Armlets – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A collection of armlets made up of glass beads and embroidery, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Armlets – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A pair of Maharashtra armlets made up of cotton embroider textile and then decorated with colourful tassels, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Armlets – India
    Photo credit – Michael BestePosted by – Michael Beste A pair of ivory upper arm braceletts from the Konyak Naga, India and Myamar. 11cm diameter, 1064 gramms, 19th century. Click here to see original post.
  • Armlets – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A Maharashtra armlet made up of cotton embroider textile and then decorated with colourful tassels, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bangle – Indonesia
    Picture credit – Linda PastorinoPosted by – Linda Pastorino A 22K gold bangle with granulated and wire surface. Worn by the Minangkabau people in Sumatra Indonesia. Early 19th Century. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bangles – India
    Picture credit – Linda PastorinoPosted by – Linda Pastorino Bone encased bangles with aluminium joints, from Nagaland, India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bazuband – Iran
    Picture credit – Sigrid van RoodePosted by – Sigrid van Roode An Iranian bazuband in silver. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bead – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A sterling silver bead depicting Ganesh, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bead – India
    Picture credit – Ethnic EmbellishmentsPosted by – Ethnic Embellishments A silver bead, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bead – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A Naga ivory tooth bead, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bead – Indonesia
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A Jatim face bead, from Java in Indonesia. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bead – Italy
    Picture credit – Adjichristine SmootPosted by – Adjichristine Smoot A Venetian trade bead, black with rose coloured trailing around the bead, with blue dots in between. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bead – Italy
    Picture credit – Sarah Corbett                       Posted by – Sarah Corbett Half a roman lilac glass bead, from Italy. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bead – Italy
    Picture credit – Adjichristine SmootPosted by – Adjichristine Smoot A Venetian trade bead, of cobalt blue with green stars bordered in white. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bead – Italy
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey An Islamic glass bead, found in Italy. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bead – Italy
    Picture credit – Sarah Corbett                       Posted by – Sarah Corbett A 16th Century, Venetian glass chevron bead, from Italy. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bead – Italy
    Picture credit – Sarah Corbett                       Posted by – Sarah Corbett A six layer, Venetian glass chevron bead, from Italy. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bead – Italy
    Picture credit – Sarah Corbett                       Posted by – Sarah Corbett A seven layer Venetian glass chevron bead, from Italy. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bead – Italy
    Picture credit – Sarah Corbett                       Posted by – Sarah Corbett A large seven layer, 16th Century Venetian glass chevron bead, from Italy. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bead – Italy
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey An Ancient Roman glass bead, from Italy. Click here to see the original post.
  • Beads – India
    Picture credit – Linda PastorinoPosted by – Linda Pastorino A collection of amber and aluminium beads, from Mizoram in India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Beads – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A Naga shell bead, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Beads – India
    Posted by- Charlotte Dakin-Norris Photo credit- Charlotte Dakin-Norris Beads from Northern India likely from the Sikkim or Kashmir region, 1960’s-1970’s.  Click here to see original post
  • Beads – Indonesia
    Picture credit – Dr. SpeckPosted by – Dr. Speck A couple of glass pelangi (or jatim) beads, from Indonesia. Click here to see the original post.
  • Beads – Indonesia
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A collection of Indonesian Islamic Style beads with Bohemian glass beads. Click here to see the original post.
  • Beads – Indonesia
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A collection of Indo-Islamic beads, from Indonesia. Click here to see the original post.
  • Beads – Indonesia
    Picture credit – Svetlana SysoevaPosted by – Svetlana Sysoeya A collection of replicas of antique beads, from Indonesia. Click here to see the original post.
  • Beads – Indonesia
    Picture credit – Svetlana SysoevaPosted by – Svetlana Sysoeya A collection of imitation antique painted clay beads, from Indonesia. Click here to see the original post.
  • Beads – Indonesia
    Picture credit – Svetlana SysoevaPosted by – Svetlana Sysoeya A collection of duck beads, from Indonesia. Click here to see the original post.
  • Beads – Indonesia
    Picture credit – Svetlana SysoevaPosted by – Svetlana Sysoeya A couple of Islamic beads with mixed red face and Roman Mediterranean bead, made in Indonesia. Click here to see the original post.
  • Beads – Indonesia
    Picture credit – Svetlana SysoevaPosted by – Svetlana Sysoeya A collection of contemporary beads, from Indonesia. Click here to see the original post.
  • Beads – Indonesia
    Picture Credit – Annie BoehmPosted by – Annie Boehm These silver beads are named after a local fruit (buah junkun), worn by the noble women of Lampung, Indonesia. Click here to see the original post.
  • Beads – Indonesia
    Picture credit – Endah Dyah AstutiPosted by – Endah Dyah Astuti A collection of small trade wind beads, from East Java, Indonesia. Click here to see the original post.
  • Beads – Indonesia
    Picture credit – Endah Dyah AstutiPosted by – Endah Dyah Astuti A string of small trade wind beads, from East Java, Indonesia. Click here to see the original post.
  • Beads – Indonesia
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A string of gold beads encased in glass, from Afghanistan. see comments Click here to see the original post.
  • Beads – Indonesia
    Photo credit – Annie BoehmPosted by – Annie Boehm Hollow, silver gilded beads of various dimensions. South Sumatra, Indonesia. Click here to see the original post.
  • Beads – Italy
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A collection of Roman glass beads, from Italy. Click here to see the original post.
  • Beads – Italy
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A collection of Venetian glass beads, from Italy. Click here to see the original post.
  • Beads – Italy
    Picture credit – Giovanna SerafiniPosted by – Giovanna Serafini A string of Venetian glass beads, from Italy. Click here to see the original post.
  • Beads – Italy
    Picture credit – Adjichristine SmootPosted by – Adjichristine Smoot A string of Tire African trade beads, made of Venetian class. Click here to see the original post.
  • Beads – Italy
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A string of venetian moretti millefiori tab disc beads, from Italy. Click here to see the original post.
  • Beads – Italy
    Picture credit – Savanna CaravanPosted by – Savanna Caravan A string of Venetian glass beads, from Italy. Click here to see the original post.
  • Beads – Italy
    Picture credit – Sarah Corbett                       Posted by – Sarah Corbett A collection of worn Venetian chevron beads, from Italy. Click here to see the original post.
  • Beads – Italy
    Picture credit – Sarah Corbett                       Posted by – Sarah Corbett A collection of green aventurine, Venetian glass beads. Click here to see the original post.
  • Beads – Italy
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A string of Venetian trade beads and brown glass beads, from Italy. Click here to see the original post.
  • Belt – India
    Photo credit – Joost DaalderPosted by – Joost Daalder Silver belt composed of talismanic tubular beads and a crescent-shaped amulet on a silver chain (“patti aranjanam”). Kerala, India, mid 20th c. Click here to see original post.
  • Belt – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A fabric Karnataka waist belt, hand embroidered with all natural colours made out from stones and plants, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Belt – India
    Picture credit – HowahPosted by – Howah A silver belt for women, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Belt – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey This belt is made of lengths of silver snake chain. These are held in place with alternating bands and sleeves or panels of square, rectangular and round silver medallions. From Andhra Pradesh, India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Belt – India
    Photo Credit : Anu Bhandari Posted by: Anu Bhandari A silver Ta’wiz ( Amulet ) Belt from Kerala, southern India. This one has been repurposed as a Necklace   Click here to see the original post
  • Belt – India
    Photo Credit : Anu Bhandari Posted by: Anu Bhandari A silver and enameled belt ( Kardhani ) from Himachal Pradesh or Uttar Pradesh, India. Click here to see the original post
  • Belt – India
    Picture credit – Isabel IglesiasPosted by – Isabel Iglesias A silver belt, from Kerala in India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Belt – South India
    Photo Credit – Annie BoehmPosted by – Annie Boehm Large silver belt, with very small gold coin detail. Described as worn by Muslim women in Kerala. Click here to see the original post.
  • Belt Ornament – India
    Picture credit – Svetlana SysoevaPosted by – Svetlana Sysoeya A silver belt ornament, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Belt Ornament – India
    Picture credit – Annie BoehmPosted by – Annie Boehm This is a belt ornament worn by women in the Ladakh region of India. It consists of a central copper alloy endless knot medallion, with strands of blue glass beads substituted for what would usually be cowrie shells. Click here to see the original post.
  • Betel nut box – Indonesia
    Photo credit -Joost DaalderPosted by – Joost Daalder Raja’s gold betel nut box (“kelembut hamayan”); its decoration relates to Sumba’s creation myth. Indonesia, Sumba; 19th/20th c. Almost pure 24 carat gold. Click here to see original post.
  • Bowl – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A mixed metal urlee bowl, used for cooking food in temples, from Kerela, India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bowl – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A mixed metal urlee bowl, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Box – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A box adorned with a glass beaded depiction of elephants, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bracelet – India
    Photo credit : Joost Daalder Posted by : Joost Daalder Solid gold sheet and ruby bracelet from India, 19th century. Features 66 rubies. Click here to see original post
  • Bracelet – India
    Picture credit – Linda PastorinoPosted by – Linda Pastorino A bronze Mizo bracelet depicting birds, from Northern India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bracelet – India
    Photo credit : Michael Backman Gallery LtdPosted by : Joost Daalder A red-stained, Indian gold bracelet from Madras, India. Set with rubies. Circa 1850. Click here to see original post
  • Bracelet – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A silver bracelet, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bracelet – India
    Photo credit – Michael Backman Posted by – Joost Daalder Silver bracelet from Southern India or Sri Lanka, 19th century. From Michael Backman. Click here to see original post.
  • Bracelet – India
    Picture credit – Isabel IglesiasPosted by – Isabel Iglesias A silver filigree bracelet, from Orissa in India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bracelet – India
    Photo credit – Joost DaalderPosted by – Joost Daalder Pair of Ladakh conch shell bracelets from India, early 20th century. Click here to see original post
  • Bracelet – India
    Picture credit – Ethnic EmbellishmentsPosted by – Ethnic Embellishments A silver bracelet with elephant motif, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bracelet – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A silver and coloured string bracelet, from Rajasthan in India. The design is meant to represent cloves of garlic strung together to protect from the evil eye. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bracelet – India
    Picture credit – Isabel IglesiasPosted by – Isabel Iglesias A silver plate bracelet, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bracelet – India
    Photo credit – Michael BackmanPosted by – Michael Backman Maharaja’s enamelled, heavy gold bracelet set with rubies, diamonds and an emerald.India, probably Hyderabadcirca 1750 or earlier. Click here to see original post.
  • Bracelet – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A bronze and turquoise Rajasthani bracelet, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bracelet – Indonesia
    Photo credit – Sarah CorbettPosted by – Sarah Corbett Gold Filigree Minangkabau Gold Bracelet (Galang Gadang)Minangkabau People, West Sumatra, Indonesia 19th century. Click here to see original post.
  • Bracelet – Indonesia
    Photo credit – Cordelia DonohoePosted by – Cordelia Donohoe Siver gilt, filigree cuff with coloured glass stones. Click here to see original post.
  • Bracelet – Indonesia
    Photo Credit: Anu Bhandari Posted by: Anu Bhandari A silver bracelet from Indonesia. Known as Djokja work. Click here to see the original post 
  • Bracelet – Indonesia
    Picture credit – Annie BoehmPosted by – Annie Boehm A carved Tridacna (giant clam shell) bracelet, Indonesia. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bracelet – Indonesia
    Picture credit – Annie BoehmPosted by – Annie Boehm A gold-washed, silver bracelet from Lampung in South Sumatra, Indonesia. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bracelet – Indonesia
    Photo credit – Michael BackmanPosted by – Michael Backman Gold Filigree Minangkabau gold bracelet (Galang Gadang).Minangkabau People, West Sumatra, Indonesia19th century Click here to see original post.
  • Bracelets – Egypt
    Picture credit – Sigrid van RoodePosted by – Sigrid van Roode A pair of solid silver bracelets from the Fayum oasis, Egypt. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bracelets – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A pair of cotton bracelets with coins and coral beads, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bracelets – India
    Picture credit – Michael BestePosted by – Michael Beste A pair of bronze bracelets, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bracelets – India
    Picture credit – Alaa Eddine SagidPosted by – Alaa Eddine Sagid A pair of silver Rajhastani bracelets, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bracelets – India
    Picture credit – Cam KnuckeyPosted by – Cam Knuckey A pair of marbled glass bangles, veneered over a brown ‘toffee-like’ core, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bracelets – India
    Picture credit – Alaa Eddine SagidPosted by – Alaa Eddine Sagid A pair of silver Rajasthani bracelets, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Bracelets – India
    Picture credit – Annie BoehmPosted by – Annie Boehm Gujarati, silver, makra head bracelets. Late 19th century. Click here to see the original post.
  • Chest adornment – India
    Photo credit – Joost DaalderPosted by – Joost Daalder Chest piece from Sikkim, India. A recent manufacture (likely circa 1990s) which is aesthetically aged using black paste and a piece of old cloth textile applied to the back. Click here to see original post
  • Choker – India
    Picture credit – Linda PastorinoPosted by – Linda Pastorino Original necklace with coral, turquoise and silver with yak hair tie. Himachel Pradesh India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Choker – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A choker made up of turquoise beads and shell beads originally used as ear hangings, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Comb – Indonesia
    Picture credit – Linda PastorinoPosted by – Linda Pastorino A hair comb made up of silver gilt with granulated and wire work surface of incredible detail for gilt, having 3D birds perching on top, has a mount. Late 19th Century, from Suluwesi, Indonesia. Click here to see the original post.
  • Comb – Indonesia
    Photo Credit – Joost DaalderPosted by – Joost Daalder Man’s ceremonial decorative comb (“suar sair”), worn horizontally at the back of the head. Indonesia, Tanimbar, village of Alusikarwain; 19th c. Wood and bone. Click here to see original post.
  • Crown – India
    Picture credit – HowahPosted by – Howah A multi panel flexible crown, worn by Hindu grooms made of low grade silver, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Cuff – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A silver and turquoise cuff, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Cuff – India
    Picture credit – Linda PastorinoPosted by – Linda Pastorino An ivory cuff with heavy silver front, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Cuff – India
    Picture credit – Annie BoehmPosted by – Annie Boehm A Naga cuff, India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Cuffs – India
    Photo credit – Sarah CorbettPosted by – Sarah Corbett Silver cuffs from India, which have been dip cleaned. G.S hallmark with unknown identity, but likely the Silversmith mark. Tests as silver. Click here to see original post.
  • Ear Ornaments – India
    Picture credit – Michael BestePosted by – Michael Beste A pair of gold ear ornaments, with the design suggestive of a three-dimensional Mandala. From India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Ear Ornaments – India
    Picture credit – Michael BestePosted by – Michael Beste A pair of golden ear ornaments, from Gujarat (India). Click here to see the original post.
  • Ear rings – India
    Picture credit – Alaa Eddine SagidPosted by – Alaa Eddine Sagid A pair of silver Gujarat earrings, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Ear rings – India
    Picture credit- Michel HalterPosted by – Michel Halter A pair of gold earrings from Karnataka, India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Earring – India
    Picture credit – Michael BestePosted by – Michael Beste One of a pair of silver Nothengpi ear ornaments. Worn by the Karbi Anglong Tribe in Assam, India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Earrings – India
    Picture credit – Linda PastorinoPosted by – Linda Pastorino A pair of silver earrings of contemporary composition, with spiral ear plug tops from India, together with antique Tuareg drops. Click here to see the original post.
  • Earrings – India
    Picture credit – Linda PastorinoPosted by – Linda Pastorino A pair of earrings of contemporary composition, with Rupee coin tops, silver hook from Afghanistan and gaming pieces from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Earrings – India
    Photo Credit: Sigrid Van Roode Posted by: Sigrid Van Roode A pair of Rajasthani earrings in silver with gold foil, coral, turquoise and glass beads. Click here to see the original post
  • Earrings – India
    Posted by- Sigrid Van Roode Photo credit-Sigrid Van Roode Earrings from Rajasthan featuring silver, gold foil, coral, turquoise and glass beads.  Click here to see original post
  • Earrings – India/China
    Picture credit – Linda PastorinoPosted by – Linda Pastorino A pair of contemporarily designed ivory earrings with inlaid turquoise, coral and silver, both Indian and Chinese components, clip earrings. Click here to see the original post.
  • Earrings – Iran
    Picture credit – Annie BoehmPosted by – Annie Boehm A pair of earrings with Persian enamelling, Iran. Click here to see the original post.
  • Figures – Indonesia
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A collection of bronze figures, from Sulawesi in Indonesia. Click here to see the original post.
  • Gold Earrings-India
    Photo Credit : Anu Bhandari Posted by: Anu Bhandari Gold Earings from Gujerat in India Click here to see the original post
  • Hair adornment – India
    Photo credit – Joost DaalderPosted by – Joost Daalder Silver ornament in the shape of a mandala (“dnul-dun-dkar”); central lotus flower set with a turquoise; worn at the back of the head. India, Lahul; early 20th c. Silver and turqoise. Click here to see original post.
  • Hair adornment – India
    Photo credit – Joost DaalderPosted by – Joost Daalder A pearl-shell hair ornament (“dunkertsa”), worn at the back of the head, from Lahul in India, and early 20th c. Click here to see original post.
  • Hair adornment – Indonesia
    Photo credit – Joost DaalderPosted by – Joost Daalder Triangular hair ornament. It is 14.3 cm high in total. From the Gayo Alas in Aceh, Sumatra, Indonesia. The materials used to create this piece are suasa and silver. Click here to see original post.
  • Hair comb – India
    Photo credit – Susan L. Beningson CollectionPosted by – Joost Daalder Ivory and gold comb with ruby knob (front) Karnataka, India. Late 18th century. Click here to see original post.
  • Hair comb – Indonesia
    Photo credit : Allan Stone Collection, New YorkPosted by : Joost Daalder Comb from the lesser Sunda islands, Timur, Indonesia. Carved from turtle shell and buffalo horn and pinned together with old bronze or brass pegs. Early 20th century. Height: 6 in / 15.2 cm Click here to see original post
  • Hair comb – Indonesia
    Photo credit – Joost DaalderPosted by – Joost Daalder Ornamental lacquered comb from Lampung, south Sumatra, Indonesia. Materials: wood, silver alloy, lacquer, gilding. Likely early 20th century. Click here to see original post.
  • Hair Ornament – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A white metal hair ornament hanging, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Hair ornament – India
    Picture credit – Linda PastorinoPosted by – Linda Pastorino Bone hair stick used in men’s top knots, from Nagaland in India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Hair ornament – India
    Picture credit – Linda PastorinoPosted by – Linda Pastorino A man’s top knot stick made of engraved bone, from Nagaland in China. Click here to see the original post.
  • Hair Ornaments – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A pair of white metal hanging hair ornaments, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Hand holder – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A brass hand holder, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Hat – India
    Picture credit – HowahPosted by – Howah A jewelled hate made up of fabric, coral, mother of pearl, seeds, turquoise and metal, from Ladakhi in India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Head dress – India
    Picture credit – Linda PastorinoPosted by – Linda Pastorino Bone and dyed goat hair man’s headdress sticks, from Nagaland in India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Head dress – Ivory Coast
    Picture credit – Linda PastorinoPosted by – Linda Pastorino A tie dye, Dida tribe headdress, from the Ivory Coast. Click here to see the original post.
  • Mumuli – Indonesia
    Photo credit – Joost DaalderPosted by – Joost Daalder Natural gold alloy Mamuli from West Sumba, Indonesia. 18th – 19th century. Click here to see original post.
  • Neck piece – India
    Picture credit – Joost DaalderPosted by – Joost Daalder A large Indian necklace, made of very high quality gold, possibly for an image of a deity rather than a woman. Click here to see the original post.
  • Neck ring – Indonesia
    Photo credit : Joost Daalder Posted by : Joost Daalder Neck ring or nifato-fato from Indonesia (Nias). Copper, gold and silver. 19th/20th century. Click here to see original post
  • Necklace – China
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A necklace made of Jade beads and a carved Jade mask bead, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A large gold and diamond Rajasthani necklace, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Photo credit – Michael BackmanPosted by – Michael Backman Fine, Hindu pilgrim’s silver Krishna and Radha amulet pendant necklace (Chhedi ka Jantar). Rajasthan, India. 19th-early 20th century. Click here to see original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Photo credit – Michael BackmanPosted by – Michael Backman Hindu pilgrim’s silver amulet pendant necklace (Chhedi ka Jantar). Rajasthan, India, 19th-early 20th century. Click here to see original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Kim PricePosted by – Kim Price A necklace made up of silver Rajasthani box pendants and Aja beads, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A necklace made up of carnelian beads and a silver scroll holder pendant, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Linda PastorinoPosted by – Linda Pastorino A large gold Rajasthani necklace, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Linda PastorinoPosted by – Linda Pastorino A necklace made up of large faceted crystal beads, from Northern India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A collection of silver necklaces, some of which have cotton strings in them and some of which have metal(white metal) strings in them, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Photo credit – Joost DaalderPosted by – Joost Daalder Necklace featuring glass and brass beads. Orissa, India: Gondh women. Mid 20th c or earlier. Click here to see original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Linda PastorinoPosted by – Linda Pastorino An eight strand necklace comprising of coral, turquoise, jet and amber with enamelling on the silver end pieces typical of Himachel Pradesh India. Early 20th Century. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Michael BestePosted by – Michael Beste A necklace made up of glass beads and the claws of a Pangolin, from Mizzoram in India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit- Michel HalterPosted by – Michel Halter A gold enamel necklace, originally a nose ring, from Himachal Pradesh, India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A necklace made of white metal (German silver), from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit- Michel HalterPosted by – Michel Halter A necklace which mixes pearls of ruby and five gold pendentives of Radjasthan, all to the effigy of the god monkey Hanouman, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A necklace made up of white metal (German silver) coins, pendant and tubular beads, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Michael BestePosted by – Michael Beste A silver, coral and turquoise necklace from the Zanskar Valley in the western Himalayas, near to Ladakh in India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A necklace made up of white metal (German silver), from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Annie BoehmPosted by – Annie Boehm This necklace was produced in India in the late 20th Century, imitating the style worn by the Naga people. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A blue glass bead necklace, from Madhya Pradesh, India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A necklace made up of white metal beads and coin pendants, from Andhra Pradesh, India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A beaded Naga necklace with bronze and glass beads, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Svetlana SysoevaPosted by – Svetlana Sysoeya A modern Naga necklace made up of clay beads and shell, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Photo credit – Michael BestePosted by – Michael Beste Heavy wedding collier (665 grams) – called chandra haar. From Himachal Pradesh, Northern India. High percentage silver and enamel-work (meena.kari). Click here to see original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Linda PastorinoPosted by – Linda Pastorino A necklace of contemporary composition, made up of 18th Century ganjefa cards mounted in silver frames, strung with naga and other silver Indian beads. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Linda PastorinoPosted by – Linda Pastorino A crystal necklace with huge faceted beads, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Dr. SpeckPosted by – Dr. Speck Several strands of trade beads, interconnected with bone beads and silver from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A Rajasthani enamelled Indian gold necklace. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A necklace of carnelian beads and a silver prayer container pendant, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A multi colour, glass beads necklaces from Madhya Pradesh, India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A silver Rajasthani necklace, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Alaa Eddine SagidPosted by – Alaa Eddine Sagid A silver tiger claws necklace, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A large silver necklace, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A Nagaland necklace made up of trade beads and a lion claw pendant, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A Rajasthani necklace of silver and amber, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Kim PricePosted by – Kim Price A necklace made up of a silver pendant illustrating the ‘eight mother goddesses’ (Ashtamatrikas) strung on black and white chevron beads, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Photo Credit : Anu Bhandari Posted by: Anu Bhandari A silver necklace form Gujerat in India. Very similar necklaces are also worn by Balouchi people in Northen Pakistan Click here to see the original post
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Marina SanchezPosted by – Marina Sanchez A silver and bronze Banjari necklace, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Photo Credit – Annie BoehmPosted by – Annie Boehm Mid 20th Century , multi-strand, glass and brass necklace. Example of the necklaces worn by the Khond women in Orissa and Andrha Pradesh. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Photo credit – Michael BackmanPosted by – Michael Backman This wonderful silver necklace comprises a complex, high-grade silver chain from which 16 original colonial Indian one rupee coins are suspended. The coins alternate between the dates of 1878 and 1915 which means that the reverses alternate between images of Queen or Empress Victoria and King … Continue reading "Necklace – India"
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A large silver Rajasthani necklace, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A necklace made up of false amber beads and Naga clam shell beads, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Linda PastorinoPosted by – Linda Pastorino An original Konyak shell on Naga bead necklace, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A Naga necklace made up of blue glass beads and a leather money pouch, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A Naga necklace made of silver bells, shell beads and red glass beads, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A Naga necklace made up of coloured glass beads, and carved wood containing a large animal tooth, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A black Chevron bead necklace, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A coral and gold necklace, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A Naga shell seed bead necklace, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A silver Rajasthani necklace from India, with glass muslin prayer drops made in Bohemia. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Isabel IglesiasPosted by – Isabel Iglesias A silver Rajasthani necklace, from Bikaner in India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India
    Picture credit – Isabel IglesiasPosted by – Isabel Iglesias A silver and glass bead necklace, from Gujarat in India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – India/Nepal
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A necklace made up of silver capped amber resin beads, from Nepal and Nagaland shell beads, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – Indonesia
    Picture credit – Svetlana SysoevaPosted by – Svetlana Sysoeya A silver and gold filigree Sumban necklace, from Indonesia. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – Indonesia
    Picture credit – Svetlana SysoevaPosted by – Svetlana Sysoeya A necklace made up of Anahidda (wooden) beads, from Sumba in Indonesia. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – Iran
    Picture credit – Cam KnuckeyPosted by – Cam Knuckey A necklace made up of stone spindle whorls from Elam, in Southwest Iran. Circa 2,000 BC. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – Iran
    Picture credit- Michel HalterPosted by – Michel Halter A rock crystal necklace, from Iran and widely appreciated in Central Asia for it’s scarcity. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – Italy
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A necklace of Venetian glass beads, from Italy. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – Italy
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A necklace of Venetian glass beads, from Italy. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – Italy
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A necklace of Venetian glass beads, from Italy. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – Italy
    Picture credit – Adjichristine SmootPosted by – Adjichristine Smoot A Venetian flapper/liberty necklace, with large trade beads, from Italy. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – Italy
    Picture credit – Adjichristine SmootPosted by – Adjichristine Smoot A flapper necklace made up of large Venetian trade beads, from Italy. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – Italy
    Picture credit – Dr. SpeckPosted by – Dr. Speck This necklace is made of a large Venetian Chevron bead combined with a multi strand of antique handmade brown Venetian glass seed beads. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – Italy
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A necklace made up of Venetian millefiori beads, trade beads and brown glass beads, from Italy. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – Ivory Coast
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey An African Baule bronze and white heart bead necklace, from Ivory Coast. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklace – Nagaland
    Photo credit – Joost DaalderPosted by – Joost Daalder Necklace of two strands, i.e. rolls covered with glass beads of several colours and tied together at the top. Nagaland: Konyak Naga people; mid 20th c. Click here to see original post.
  • Necklace – North India
    Photo credit- Michael BestePosted by – Michael Beste Made from 18 old amber beads from Tibet and old silver beads from Himachal Pradesh, North India. The amber has a beautiful honey colour and nice patina 40 grams, 47cm. Click here to see original post.
  • Necklace – North India
    Photo credit- Michael BestePosted by – Michael Beste Made from 18 old amber beads from Tibet and old silver beads from Himachal Pradesh, North India. The amber has a beautiful honey colour and nice patina. 107 grams, 51cm. Click here to see original post.
  • Necklace – North India
    Photo credit – Michael BestePosted by – Michael Beste Made from 31 old amber beads from Tibet and old silver beads from Afghanistan and Himachal Pradesh, North India. The amber has a beautiful colour and nice patina. 64 grams 47cm long. Click here to see original post.
  • Necklace – North India
    Photo credit – Michael BestePosted by – Michael Beste Made from 31 old amber beads from Tibet, felt spacers between them and two old gold beads from South India. The amber has a beautiful honey colour and nice patina 108 grams 50cm long. Click here to see original post.
  • Necklaces – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A collection of beaded Orissa necklaces, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklaces – India/Afghanistan
    Picture credit – Kim PricePosted by – Kim Price Two necklaces of contemporary composition, the longer having an old Indian silver bead and strung with vintage trade ‘amber’ and rough sponge coral. The inner necklace has a large Turkoman focal bead and is strung on vintage trade ‘amber’ with Afghani silver beads. Click here to … Continue reading "Necklaces – India/Afghanistan"
  • Necklaces – India/Tibet
    Picture credit – Kim PricePosted by – Kim Price A couple of necklaces, one with a large Indian silver bead, the other with a Tibetan silver pendant, strung with sea bamboo coral beads and turquoise beads. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklaces – Italy
    Picture credit – Ingrid LangerakPosted by – Ingrid Langerak A display of three, mostly lapis lazuli necklaces, with brass and Italian old trade beads, made using the millefiori glasswork technique. Click here to see the original post.
  • Necklaces -India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A collection of glass beaded Orissa necklaces, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Neckpiece – Iran
    Photo credit – Reza Abbasi Museum, Tehran.Posted by – Joost Daalder A gold neckpiece, with a king and flanking lions in carved lapis lazuli; Sassanian (neo-Persian) dynasty, 5th – 6th century A.D. Click here to see original post.
  • Nose ring – India
    Photo credit – Joost DaalderPosted by – Joost Daalder Rare silver nose piece from Himachal Pradesh in India. Click here to see original post.
  • Nose ring – India
    Picture credit – Michael BestePosted by – Michael Beste A silver nose ring (nath) from Himachal Pradesh, Northern India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Nose ring – India
    Picture credit – Michael BestePosted by – Michael Beste A silver nose-ring (nath) from Himachal Pradesh, Western Himalaya, India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Nose ring – India
    Picture credit – Michael BestePosted by – Michael Beste A nose ring (nath) made up of gold, ruby, emerald, Basra Pearls, diamonds and glass, from Southern Rajasthan, India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Nosering – India
    Photo credit – Michael BestePosted by – Michael Beste Silver nosering (nath) from Himachal Pradesh, India. Click here to see original post.
  • Ornament – India
    Photo credit – Annie BoehmPosted by – Annie Boehm This Dunkar (“White Shell”) ornament is commonly made of conch shell or mother-or-pearl, and worn at the shoulder as cloak clasps in Ladakh, India and Lahul-Spiti, Himachal Pradesh, India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pampadam earrings – India
    Photo credit – Joost DaalderPosted by – Joost Daalder This is a pair of traditional ear adornments (“pampadam”), worn hanging from stretched earlobes. Tamil Nadu, India; early 20th c. Gold (hollow, filled with lac). Click here to see original post.
  • Pectoral (Mas Piring) – Indonesia
    Photo credit – Joost DaalderPosted by – Joost Daalder A pectoral (Mas Piring) of high-quality gold, which has been darkened. Indonesia (Maluku), circa 18th century. Click here to see original post.
  • Pendant – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A large gold pendant depicting Ganesh, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pendant – India
    Picture credit – Linda PastorinoPosted by – Linda Pastorino A former silver Bazu-band depicting Ganeshji and Durga Kangra, now worn as a pendant on a necklace. From Himachel Pradesh India, 18th Century. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pendant – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A silver pendant depicting Ganesh, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pendant – India
    Photo credit – Michael BackmanPosted by – Michael Backman Indian enamelled gold, pierced floral pendant set with carved Emeralds and Diamonds. Mysore or Jaipur, India. 18th-19th century. Click here to see original post.
  • Pendant – India
    Picture credit – Annie BoehmPosted by – Annie Boehm This silver pendant shows a stylized depiction of Krishna and originates from the Himachal Pradesh region of India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pendant – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A Naga shell pendant with repousse work, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pendant – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A Naga shell and copper pendant with a human stick figure engraving showing a warrior’s head hunting role, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pendant – India
    Picture credit – Annie BoehmPosted by – Annie Boehm This is a rare pair of aluminium pendants from Victorian era India, in the shape of a double tiger claw. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pendant – India
    Photo credit – Ingrid LangerakPosted by – Ingrid Langerak An Indian pendant, a miniature painting done on Mother of pearl shell and decorated with a golden filigree decor. Click here to see original post.
  • Pendant – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A white metal pendent from the lambada gypsies of Andhra Pradesh, south of India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pendant – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A white metal pendent from the lambada gypsies of Andhra Pradesh, south of India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pendant – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A silver Rajasthani box container pendant with glass stones, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pendant – India
    Picture credit – Cam KnuckeyPosted by – Cam Knuckey An Indian Brass “chunam” or Lime Pot for storing crushed lime for use with areca nut and betel leaf. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pendant – India
    Picture credit – Linda PastorinoPosted by – Linda Pastorino A silver box pendant used for holding prayers, from Himachel Pradesh in India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pendant – India
    Picture credit – Cam KnuckeyPosted by – Cam Knuckey A globular brass “chunam” Lime Pot, for holding crushed lime, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pendant – India
    Picture credit – Linda PastorinoPosted by – Linda Pastorino A silver and turquoise, Perak ornamental pendant, from Ladakh India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pendant – India
    Picture credit – Cam KnuckeyPosted by – Cam Knuckey An Indian engraved brass “chunam” or lime pot for carrying crushed lime for use in Pa’an. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pendant – India
    Picture credit – Cam KnuckeyPosted by – Cam Knuckey A brass lime pot or “chunam, for storing crushed Lime for preparing Pa’an, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pendant – India
    Photo credit – Michael BestePosted by – Michael Beste Beautiful pendant from Uttar Pradesh, Northern India. Late 19th/early 20th century. Glass and silver.53 grams. Click here to see original post.
  • Pendant – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A silver pendant, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pendant – India
    Picture credit – ToyaPosted by – Toya A silver engraved pendant, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pendant – India
    Picture credit – ToyaPosted by – Toya A silver pendant engraved with Ganesh and Laksmi, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pendant – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A silver Koran container box pendant, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pendant – India
    Picture credit – ToyaPosted by – Toya A silver pendant engraved with a depiction of Ganesh, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pendant – India
    Picture credit – Michael BestePosted by – Michael Beste A Nava-graha Jade Pendant (haldili) with nine stones (diamond, pearl, ruby, sapphire, emerald, topaz, cat’s eye, coral and zircon), from North India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pendant – India
    Photo credit – Michael BackmanPosted by – Michael Backman Carved Mughal jade with gold & turquoise mounts.Delhi, Northern Indiacirca 1620 (Jade) & circa 1850 (Mounts). Click here to see original post.
  • Pendant – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A silver amulet box pendant, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pendant – Indonesia
    Picture credit – Svetlana SysoevaPosted by – Svetlana Sysoeya A bone Sumban pendant to help in horse competition, from Indonesia. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pendant – Iran
    Picture credit – Savanna CaravanPosted by – Savanna Caravan A silver and coral pendant, from Iran. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pendant – North India
    Photo credit – Cordelia DonohoePosted by – Cordelia Donohoe Silver pendant for containing kohl or perfume. Northern India/ Pakistan. Click here to see original post.
  • Pendants – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A collection of brass Naga head pendants, worn by successful head hunters, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pendants – India
    Picture credit – Annie BoehmPosted by – Annie Boehm Naga Mithun Head pendants, Northern India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Pendants – India
    Picture credit – ToyaPosted by – Toya A pair of mixed metal pendants engraved with depictions of Hanuman (left) and Durga (right), from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Ring – India
    Photo credit – Michael BackmanPosted by – Michael Backman Indian gold ring set with white sapphires, garnets and rubies. India,18th century & later. Click here to see original post.
  • Ring – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A large brass finger ring made using the lost wax cast technique, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Ring – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A silver and coral ring, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Ring – India
    Picture credit – Annie BoehmPosted by – Annie Boehm This ring has a highly detailed Naga Mithun head, believed to be a fantasy piece made for the Naga replica market. Click here to see the original post.
  • Ring – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A gold and dzi stone ring, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Ring – Indonesia
    Photo credit – Michael BackmanPosted by – Michael Backman Javanese gold wound-wire ringCentral or East Java, IndonesiaProtoclassic Period, AD200-700 or later. Click here to see original post.
  • Ring – Indonesia
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A gold and crystal ring, from the Java island in Indonesia. Click here to see the original post.
  • Ring – Iran
    Picture credit – Cam KnuckeyPosted by – Cam Knuckey A Tekke Turkoman Ring with fire gilt cut out silver and coloured glass “cabachons” knocked around, one stone and most of its bezel missing. From North-Eastern Iran. Click here to see the original post.
  • Rings – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A couple of brass music rings, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Rings – Iran
    Picture credit – Ingrid LangerakPosted by – Ingrid Langerak A collection of silver rings, from Iran. Click here to see the original post.
  • Talisman – India
    Photo credit – Michael BestePosted by – Michael Beste From Himachal Pradesh, Northern India. High percentage silver and enamel-work. Collected in the Mandi area during the 1980s. Click here to see original post.
  • Tassels – India
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey A collection of Naga goat hair tassels, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Tassels – Iran
    Picture credit – Kathleen McCabe-ElseyPosted by – Kathleen McCabe-Elsey Baluchi tassels made up of silver and small glass beads, from Iran. Click here to see the original post.
  • Toe ring – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A brass toe ring, from Madhya Pradesh, India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Toe Ring – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A brass toe ring, from Madhya Pradesh, India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Toe ring – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A brass toe ring, from Madhya Pradesh, India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Toe ring – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A brass toe ring, from Madhya Pradesh, India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Toe Ring – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A brass toe ring, from Madhya Pradesh, India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Toe Rings – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A collection of brass and white silver toe rings, from India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Toe rings – India
    Picture credit – Manish KhavadiyaPosted by – Manish Khavadiya A collection of wax moulded brass toe rings from Madhya Pradesh, central India. Click here to see the original post.
  • Torque – India
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  • Vest/Apron/Belt – Pakistan/Cameroon/India
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