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Yemen | Antique Silver Bridal Bracelets Pair Signed by Silversmith | ca. 1930s | These particular bracelets are decorated with the most famous filigree made only by the silversmiths in the Beit Baws community.

Antique Silver Bridal Bracelets pair signed by silversmith, ca. These particular bracelets are decorated with the most famous filigree made only by the silversmiths in the Beit Baws community (south of

Very wearable and attractive silver and carnelian bracelets from Yemen, posted by Jose M. Pery on "ethnic jewels".

Very wearable and attractive silver and carnelian bracelets from Yemen, posted by Jose M. Pery on "ethnic jewels".

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IMAGINE - The Israel Museum's searchable collections “Tomb“ bracelets (gubur) to be worn by a woman after childbirth and for festive occasions Sana'a, Yemen Gilt silver, filigree and granulation;

Yemen - Sana'a | Woman's wedding hood / headdress, including triangular temporal ornaments; silk, metal, metal yarn, silver, glass paste, cotton (or flax), coins | ca. early 20th century | © Musée du quai Branly

Yemen - Sana'a | Woman's wedding hood / headdress, including triangular temporal ornaments; silk, metal, metal yarn, silver, glass paste, cotton (or flax), coins | ca. early 20th century | © Musée du quai Branly

Yemen Silver and Coral Kutub Necklace | Stunning necklace from the Yemen silversmiths. The center bead called a Kutub, and the Round beads called flower Bawsani beads (with a hallmark form the silversmith), mixed with mediterranean coral and small silver beads. Circa late 19th Century | 9,950 dollars

Center Bead called a Kutub, Flower Bawsani Beads mixed with Coral Beads - Yemen - Late Century

Two bracelets silver bracelets with turquoise, one gilt, made by the same silversmith or workshop. These are called shumaylat bracelets and were made by Yemenite Jews in Sanaa and worn by Jewish brides in pairs. With filigree and granulation.

Two bracelets silver bracelets with turquoise, one gilt, made by the same silversmith or workshop. These are called shumaylat bracelets and were made by Yemenite Jews in Sanaa and worn by Jewish brides in pairs. With filigree and granulation.

Turban Ornament, India, Mughal dominions, 17th century, Gold set with emeralds and diamonds, and enamelled, The al-Sabah Collection, Dar al-Athar al-Islamiyyah, Kuwait

Indian gold turban ornament worked in the Kundan technique and set with emeralds and diamonds, the reverse with champlevé and overpainted enamel. North India or Deccan, half century.

A large and heavy Yemeni necklace from the south, probably Shabwa. In a silver alloy with glass stones. 300 grams.

A large and heavy Yemeni necklace from the south, probably Shabwa. In a silver alloy with glass stones.

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