Central Asia ~ Uzbekistan | An elegant gilded shartu'yme from the Karakalpak people. | The turquoise stones that originally surrounded the central carnelian are missing. | Image courtesy of the Karakalpak State Museum of Art named after Savitsky, No'kis.
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Turkestan | Amulet; silver and carnelian, with a studded leather strap ~ tumar. | Esari people | ca. 20th century
Turkoman silver and cornelian dorsal plate, 21 cm by 14 cm.
Morocco | Fibula; silver, stones and enamel. | African Museum (Belgium) Collection; acquired 1982
Turkoman silver and cornelian dorsal plate, 30 cm by 18 cm.
A DIAMOND, RUBY AND PEARL-SET GOLD AND RUDRAKSHA BEAD NECKLACE (RUDRAKSHAMALAI) TAMIL NADU, 19TH CENTURY
A silver heart-shapoed "asyk." Posted by Thelma
A wedding necklace for a bride from a wealthy Karakalpak family from old Khorezm. Made of silver, probably from melted down Russian and Khivan coins, mounted with nine red glass or carnelian stones and decorated with trefoils.