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Africa | Rings from the Tuareg people of Mali | Silver and carnelian | 20th century | 150£ each

Africa | Rings from the Tuareg people of Mali | Silver and carnelian | 20th century | 150£ each

Africa | Tuareg Crosses, now worn by women as pendants around the neck, were originally worn by men, passed down from father to son when the boy reached puberty.  The father would say ' I give you the 4 corners of the world as one cannot know where one will die'.  Most cross designs are named after oasis towns between Agadez in Niger and the Hogger Mountains in the North…

Africa | Tuareg Crosses, now worn by women as pendants around the neck, were originally worn by men, passed down from father to son when the boy reached puberty. The father would say ' I give you the 4 corners of the world as one cannot know where one will die'. Most cross designs are named after oasis towns between Agadez in Niger and the Hogger Mountains in the North…

assrou n’swoul: translated as ‘the key thrown over the shoulder’.

assrou n’swoul: translated as ‘the key thrown over the shoulder’.

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Antique Tuareg Pure Silver Necklace with Agath Telhakimt RARE

Africa |  A pair of exquisite contemporary Tuareg sterling silver earrings. The silverwork of these nomadic tribesmen is often characterized by geometric patterns which are thought to protect the wearer against the forces of bad magic.

Africa | A pair of exquisite contemporary Tuareg sterling silver earrings. The silverwork of these nomadic tribesmen is often characterized by geometric patterns which are thought to protect the wearer against the forces of bad magic.

Tuareg jewelry Photo: Russell Yip, The Chronicle / SF

Tuareg Jewelry benefits African tribe

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