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Ceremonial Necklace, copper-gilt, lapis lazuli, turquoise, coral and blue enamel. 18th or 19th century. Kathmandu Valley, Nepal. A collar worn by both boys and girls in childhood initiation rituals.

Ceremonial Necklace, copper-gilt, lapis lazuli, turquoise, coral and blue enamel. 18th or 19th century. Kathmandu Valley, Nepal. A collar worn by both boys and girls in childhood initiation rituals.

Another amazing gemstone necklace! It has that unique traditional use of charms, rustic styles, and mixture of sterling and gemstones. Love it!

Another amazing gemstone necklace! It has that unique traditional use of charms, rustic styles, and mixture of sterling and gemstones. Love it!

Contemporary Jewelry - "Boulder opal element collar" (Original Art from Patricia McCleery)

Contemporary Jewelry - "Boulder opal element collar" (Original Art from Patricia McCleery)

gilt copper torque with inlaid lapis, malachite and coral, pearl 18th c My feeling on these necklaces is that they were actually made for the Chinese court by Mongolians most likely Buriat but are usually categorized as Tibetan. ( Archives sold Singkiang )

gilt copper torque with inlaid lapis, malachite and coral, pearl 18th c My feeling on these necklaces is that they were actually made for the Chinese court by Mongolians most likely Buriat but are usually categorized as Tibetan. ( Archives sold Singkiang )

African Torque Tribal Necklace Silver by WorldofBacara on Etsy $100.00

Afghanistan Necklace Torque Silver Necklace Handmade Handcrafted Collar Tribal Red Blue Stones Silver Gift for Her Jewelry Torque Necklace

African Torque Tribal Necklace Silver by WorldofBacara on Etsy $100.00

Old Tibetan Buddha panel collar. | Including the round front piece there are a total of 15 linked panels all with sculptural figures - the only two that don't have sitting Buddhas are the panels bordering the center piece - they have dancing figures.  The turquoise is inlaid glass/faience - look very carefully - faces are molded faience with subtle features. The coral are either glass or actual coral. The base is brass - back has a gold wash finish.

Old Tibetan Buddha panel collar. | Including the round front piece there are a total of 15 linked panels all with sculptural figures - the only two that don't have sitting Buddhas are the panels bordering the center piece - they have dancing figures. The turquoise is inlaid glass/faience - look very carefully - faces are molded faience with subtle features. The coral are either glass or actual coral. The base is brass - back has a gold wash finish.

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