Finely tooled artefacts, elegantly produced engravings.
A widely-known feature of items of jewellery produced by the
Tuareg people, 'the blue men' from the Sahara desert.
Choker composed of black glass beads with small silver decorations.
'Ingall cross' silver pendant and ring/pendant, or Tuareg cross, also called
by the people from the place "key of happiness", it contains a red glassy stone;
carried indiscriminately by men and women, it also represents a religious symbol, the location
of the tribe and finally, it is also an amulet.
Two bracelets in low-purity silver, finely decorated.
Total weight: approx. 130 g
- N.º total de artículos
- Grupo étnico/cultura
- Región / país
- África Occidental
- Plata de bajo grado, Vidrio
- 2ª mitad siglo XX
- Se vende con soporte
- 64×64×64 cm
- 130 g