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India - Gujarat, Vadodara (Baroda) | Pair of large highed anklets (Kadia); hollow sheet silver, decorated with punch decoration, chasing and applique work | ca. 19th century | Sold

India - Gujarat, Vadodara (Baroda) | Pair of large highed anklets (Kadia); hollow sheet silver, decorated with punch decoration, chasing and applique work | ca. 19th century | Sold

Gujarat, India | One of a pair of anklets from the museum's collection | Cast silver, chased | Engraved inscription made at Dabhoi, near Baroda | ca. 1898 - 1905.

Pair of anklets

Pair of anklets, cast silver, chased with an engraved inscription, Baroda, Museum Number

Indian Bracelet - Very rarely seen bracelet of silver with finely carved three dimensional workmanship. In very high silver content, this bracelet is from Madras, 1800's

Indian Bracelet - Very rarely seen bracelet of silver with finely carved three dimensional workmanship. In very high silver content, this bracelet is from Madras,

Indonesia | Gold Filigree Bracelet (Galang Gadang) | Minangkabau People, West Sumatra | 19th century | Price on request.

Indonesia | Gold Filigree Bracelet (Galang Gadang) | Minangkabau People, West Sumatra | 19th century | Price on request.

Africa | Antique silver Berber wedding anklet from Fès, in Morocco. Silver and silver gilt decorated with champlevé enamel. Hallmarked 1310 H, circa 1892 AD, square hallmark "à la Tour" from Fès. | See more on these Museum jewellery and similar sample in "Bijoux du Maroc" by Marie-Rose Rabaté and André Goldenberg, p 37. See too " BIjoux du Maroc, La Beauté Des Diables ", by Francis Ramirez and Christian Rolot, p.51

Antique silver Berber wedding anklet from Fès, in Morocco. Silver and silver gilt decorated with champlevé enamel. Hallmarked 1310 H, circa 1892 AD

Magnificent large bracelet typical of the intricate work of the Jewish silversmiths who moved across North Africa and into Yemen.  | The silver bracelet is hollow and covered with granulation, twisted wired, cut-outs

bracelet typical of the intricate work of the Jewish silversmiths who moved across North Africa and into Yemen. The silver bracelet is hollow and covered with granulation, twisted wired, cut-outs, etc.

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