Early 20th c Tibetan Turquoise glass Torsade 25 Strand Necklace . Well strung with strong cording very wearable with a English one Quarter India coin dated 1907. Open length is 23"
Chinese natural Angel Skin Coral and 14 K Gold Ring, Cabochon shape Coral mounted in 14K marked Gold, size is 8, in good condition.
Stunning and dramatic Navajo necklace of branch coral alternating with handmade round discs of natural turquoise. Two strands of coral and turquoise are joined at the end by cones of sterling silver. The silver chain attaching to the clasp allows the length to be adjusted from
28 1/2" to 31" (including coral drop).
jade hair ornament 2.75" long
jade laughing buddha pendant
A antique necklace from Yemen with 11 butterscotch resin beads accented by ornate silver beads.One or two beads show wear where someone tested them for amber.The width of the beads range from 7/8" to 1" and the necklace measures 22-7/8".
Vintage Native American Santo Domingo Pueblo necklace with shell heishe beads, turquoise nuggets, silver beads, and silver cones and hook clasp. 26 inches
long and 7/8 inch wide at center. Excellent condition. Display form is life size. Photos enlarged to show detail.
Egyptian Paste glass head of ancient Pharaoh head, wearing a crown with the Uraeus cobra , the molded head is done in purplish cobalt blue and sea foam blue green with tiny flecks of copper in the glass , with mold seams showing at the sides. I have listed many pictures of this since I use a point and shoot camera and this is as detailed as I can get .The loop is not gold but some kind of base metal , the face is pretty well detailed and has no damage .Size H 1.5" w 1" d 3/4"
Common to South Arabia and Yemen, the mesh "labbeh" or "Kirdam" were worn wrapped around the neck or attached to the sides of the headgear hanging down as a frame to women’s chin. This particular libbeh is from the late 1800’s–early 1900. This very finely made tribal labbeh has elaborate lengths of filigree and numerous dangling beads. This type of jewelry would have been part of a woman’s dowry given to the bride by her father
This stunning large necklace has multi stands of red/orange and black beads. The outside strands are decorated with a few small bronze bell forms and separated with cast bronze separators. This necklace is from Cameroon Africa. The natural fiber cording ends are woven together and topped on one side with a shell and on the other side with a loop...together forming a clasp...very similar construction to necklaces out of Nepal
The color enhanced deep lavender jade is set in sterling silver mounts into which tiny faceted hematite stones have been inset. Each jade link has been joined by a silver Chinese character. The silver clasp likewise has a cut Chinese character and has two safety catches on each side as well.
Length: 8 in.
This traditional style of India woman's necklace has a bead at the ends which slides to adjust the length of the necklace to suit the wearer. The silver pendant would hold a lingam stone and has a cluster of small silver balls attached using a technique called "goli". The balls are not welded to the base, but are attached with a wire, giving them some slight movement.
Egyptian pendant with the face of a Goddess wearing a crown with a at on the front . The bead is in good condition with some yellow coloring . This is most likely 19th c but could be an original ancient piece.
Size H 1 3/4" W 1 1/4"
Blinding brilliance bounces off these carved faceted natural golden honey cognac amber beads along this half moon shape hair pin ornament comb tiara that flips up and down on its antique Victorian gold gilt frame over the double tine tooth horn section. Circa 1900.
Crazing semi circular drill marks...
This antique necklace consists of large bells alternating with (symbolic) lotus pods. The bells are roughly 1.5 inches long. Though it has a hook closure, it is long enough to slip over the head of the wearer...Really fun to wear but not to the opera.
It is made of low grade silver which was commonly used by various tribal groups throughout Central Asian, and the Far East. The filigree work on the bells was most common to Northern India, Himalayas, Nepal.
Heavy fine silver bracelet. Origin Indian Raj period or central Asian. Weighs 1/2 lb...band is braided strands of silver almost 2 inches wide...mid to late 1800's...
Mens Kundan Diamond Emerald and a jellybean sized ruby in 20k gold, the ring is large size we need to check actual size but close to 10-11 size. Weight 12 g . the ruby is 1/4" wide by just under 1/2" long . Really cool flashy bling ring. size 9- 9.5
Antique Tibetan Buddhist repousse silver plaque with 4 auspicious symbols on the front and set with 2 ruby zosite stones and a fabulous chunk of turquoise , the back has a dragon . The piece was converted to a mans belt buckle. Weight 155 g size 2.80" by 3.8" unmarked silver