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Naga, Ao people l Carnelian, glass bead, shell and brass bell pendant l       Added by Tesori Orientali.

Naga, Ao people l Carnelian, glass bead, shell and brass bell pendant l Added by Tesori Orientali.

Увидела и не смогла пройти мимо - и все это нам!!! для вдохновения!!! Удивительные украшения в этно стиле от Joan Babcock…

Calypso by Joan Babcock Cavandoli knotted pendant with nylon cord, seed beads, brass and silver. Collar is melon shell heishe.

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This colorful necklace is made of thousands of tiny antique beads from a Fulani woman’s waist belt. The Fulani are a nomadic tribe from Mali, and these belts were typically worn under the women’s skirts.

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Prestige belt from the Kuba people of DR Congo - Glass beads, shells and leather

Necklaces | Helena Nelson-Reed. Found on etsy.com .

The gau (prayer/amulet box) used here is one of my favorite classic Tibetan designs and can be found in a number of books on Tibetan adornment. The example employed here is made from brass that has been gold washed , antiqued, and set with turquoise and c

Style, soul, and history . . . all in a single piece of adornment. Anna Holland designs unique ethnic jewelry and tribal jewelry using contemporary, antique, and ancient beads and artifacts. Her handcrafted necklaces, bracelets, and rings are all one-of-a-kind treasures, collected and worn by women and men around the world.

Anna Holland designs unique ethnic jewelry and tribal jewelry using contemporary, antique, and ancient beads and artifacts.

What No One Tells You About Jewellery From North East India ...

What No One Tells You About Jewellery From North East India

India - Konyak Nagaland necklace, brass spacer bars/bells, excellent condition, 26 " long from clasp to bottom, 5 inch brass spacers

South Africa | Necklace from the Zulu people | Glass beads, metal and fiber | Collected by James Waldie, in South Africa between 1893 and 1902.

South Africa Zulu necklace of glass beads, metal and fibre, Collected by James Waldie in South Africa in that era.