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by Moroccan Designer Fouzi | Necklace; Antique coral shell money from Mauritania and beads from the High Atlas Mountains that are 80 - 120 years old. The central square pendant is from Tazenakht in the Ouarzazate Province of Morocco. Tamba shells from Africa - very rare and sought after. The silver pendants are incredibly hard to find - Jewish pieces from Essaouria, circa 1920. It took a lifetime of collecting to create a graduated set as exquisite as this one. | 4’495$
Amulet necklace decorated with lotus flowers (stylised in the clasp at the top and the circular amulet box at the bottom) and thunderbolts (one on each side of the amulet box). The motifs at the ends of the supporting bands are vegetative designs. Made of high quality silver and a turquoise. This type of necklace used to be popular in East Nepal.
by Anna Holland | Necklace; antique blue Hebron beads made in the Middle East from Dead Sea salts and sand (often traded in Africa), two collectible antique "end of day" beads, thought to be made from glass fragments cleaned up by beadmakers at the end of each day, a jasper bead, a large old stone bead, and amber/brown-colored pitted glass beads found in the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul. Silver cones and sterling silver hook and eye clasp | 425$
Coral Berber Necklace - The necklace is one of the finest pieces of Berber tribal jewelry we have ever seen. It's beautifully constructed out of a rich amalgam of antique coral, Berber silver beads, and various antique glass African trade beads. The color of the coral is magnificent. The necklace has a number of different silver pieces woven into the necklace as well. Much of the silver is high-quality antique Berber silver, although a couple of the pendants hanging off appear to...
by Anna Holland | Necklace; three strands of antique brass beads, pendants, and talismans created by Akan craftsmen of the Baule tribe of the Ivory Coast, using the lost wax casting method.These are combined with rare ochre-colored antique vulcanite heishi, four bronze cones, and a bronze hook and eye clasp | 1'695$