by Moroccan Designer Fouzi | ensemble of incredibly rare pendants. Individually, they are amazingly hard to find. A graduated set like this one - impossible. Yet here they are after years of collecting. Strung with incredible coral and small pendants and hamsas from the Draa, Dades, and Todhra Valleys of Morocco. | 4’295$
China | A silver festival necklace from one of the Miao villages in the mountains outside the city of Tia Jiang | ca. pre 1920 | Hollow silver medallion has elaborate reposse work with an array of symbols of Miao culture and legend. There is a pair of Phoenix birds flying above a pair of dragons who are chasing a fiery pearl enclosing a frog. There are a couple of smaller creatures amid the fauna below the dragons and a pair of bulls heads cap the upper sides of the medallion.
Egypt - NEW KINGDOM GOLD AND CARNELIAN NECKLACE dynasty xviii-xix, 1550-1196 b.c. Composed of twenty-eight flat carnelian lotus-seed pendants interspersed with globular and lozenge-shaped carnelian beads, and hollow, incised gold beads with cylindrical collars, the necklace centered by a Roman Period gold-mounted carnelian scarab pendant with a gold lentoid suspension, set with a small cabachon garnet