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    ETHNIC jewelry
    go & look at Monika Ettlin boards !!!! & FANTASTIC ethnic jewelry pic. (& good, real ethnic jewelry, not copies or bad quality !) on the facebook page of "ETHNIC JEWELLERY AND ADORNMENT" : https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.365927863048.151707.365830083048&type=1&aft=10150175971423049
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    WOW !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. (OMG! I was going to buy simple Indian jewelry at an Indian outpost and it was EXPENSIVE for just a small stone. This must call a FORTUNE)

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    Africa | Marabout rings; silver | Tuareg people of Mali and Niger

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    Tuareg girl.

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    *|* Silver Algerian Earrings 'tsabit'. From the area of High Kabylie.. the pyramidal ends characterizes the 'Ulimeden' women.

    Maison Halter Ethnics

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    Ivory bracelet, 16th Century - Owo, Nigeria - Yoruba - made from one piece of ivory, with interlocking figures of a crocodile, a man (Obatala?) and perhaps a mudfish. Comments welcome. Detroit Institute of Art. It was formerly in the collection of Frits vanden Berghe, Gent Monsieur et Madame Muller van Isterbeek, Brussels and then was bought by Baron Frédéric Rolin, a Brussels dealer in tribal art.

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    Rare Tunisian Silver Pectoral. Huge silver disc with a six pointed star along with two amulet holders (tube and square) and two scented material holders ( round box and cone). Discs of this shape were worn by Zenete or eastern Berbers from Tunisia to Siwa Oasis in Egypt | © Ayis, via Ethnic Jewels

    Rare tunisian silver pectoral

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    Tuareg amulet necklace.

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    Tuareg

    Tuareg Veil Weights, Niger

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    reverse of cuff with more brass and aluminum repairs. Ethiopian (collection Linda Pastorino)

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    oman jewelry | Flickr

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    Taureg 7 layer talisman (inscribed with prayers for each day of the week)

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    India | Naga Warrior necklace; made from boar's tusks, fiber, shell and glass beads | 20th century. Nagaland | 1,250$

    Naga Warrior Necklace, Nagaland, India, 20th Century

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    Gadaba Woman, Orissa, India

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    Silver and mirror Ring from Rajasthan, India. Circa Early 20th Century silver Ring - Rajasthan India Circa Early 20th Century Dia 5.5cm 68g - 340£ www.rabari.co.uk/

    Antique Tribal Indian Silver Jewellery - Rabari

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    silver Ring - Rajasthan India Circa Early 20th Century Dia 5.5cm 68g - 340£ www.rabari.co.uk/

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    Tuareg silver

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    Saudi Arabia | Veiled woman, no other details provided form the source BUT a pinner living in Saudi added "this seems typical adornment of the Qasim Region. Showed this to a Saudi friend and she said that she thinks so too. Great photo, very few such traditional Bedouin women left here now."

    Arab Woman and Veils in Saudi Arabia

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    Tuareg

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    Neck jewelry, Indonesia, Sumatra, silvered hollow beads, silver pendant, clasp silver with copper appliqué, Jakarta. Photo courtest Arnoldsche Art Publishers

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    The main component parts of the Karakalpak ha'ykel. Image courtesy of the Karakalpak State Museum of Art named after Savitsky, No'kis.

    Karakalpak Jewellery

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    Karakalpak shartu'yme with a rather crude punch decorated face. Image courtesy of the Karakalpak State Museum of Art named after Savitsky, No'kis.

    Karakalpak Jewellery

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    Karakalpak Jewellery - An elegant gilded shartu'yme. The turquoise stones that originally surrounded the central carnelian are missing. Image courtesy of the Karakalpak State Museum of Art named after Savitsky, No'kis.

    Karakalpak Jewellery

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    by Linda Pastorino | Earrings made up of original Cloisone enameling silver earrings from Uzbekistan dating to the late 19th century, which have now been altered with the additional coin tops (for pierced ears)

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    symboles kabyles - La culture kabyle appartient à l'ensemble culturel berbère, comme celles des Chaouis, des Touaregs, des Chenouis, des Mozabites, ainsi que des autres berbérophones d'Afrique du Nord

    Fichier:Signes de Kabylie.jpg — Wikipédia

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    Bijoux traditionnels de Kabylie

    Fichier:Bijoux traditionnels de Kabylie.JPG — Wikipédia

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