19th - 20th century Tile
Wide collar necklace with natural Baltic amber and glass beads - Amber - Succinite
Grand Amber Necklace made from leaf like bead ornaments. Beaded glass bisser lace openwork knotted with the BALTIC amber large cabochon and stones in cognac. Amber symbolizes the renewal of marriage vows and is used to assure promises. It is worn as a symbol of their enduranceMore
Jewellery box - Gilt bronze, Stainless steel - Syria - 19th century
I offer you this magnificent and rare jewelry box of Syrian origin (Islamic/Ottoman period) Composed of nine squares on the front with hand-made floral motifs. Weight: 300g. One to grab by collectors or for an exceptional, timeless gift. The photos are an integral part of theMore
Moroccan Bracelet - Silver - Jewellery band
Authentic Deblij Beldi (traditional bracelet) in silver, hallmarked with 2 ram heads which represents Moroccan jewelry from the 1925s. This type of traditional Moroccan barcelt is extremely rare to find due to its age and also rare to find with the 2 ram's head hallmarks. InMore
Dagger Ottoman - Turkey - 1920-1930
Magnificent Turkish Ottoman Empire saber dagger probably made from a lebel style gag (the triangular blade) Wood and brass scabbard. Bone, coral and brass handle. Very rare model. Total length 58.5cm with sheath. 56 without sheath. 44cm triangular and sharp blade. The whole thingMore
Silver - Necklace
This necklace is perfect for any type of look and outfit, for any type of event, as it can be combined with both an elegant and a more casual context, however, being a vintage piece, it can also be kept as a collection. The necklace measures 52cm and weighs 23.3g. It does notMore
Bracelet - Silver - India - first half 20th century
Silver wedding anklet with rattles. Last quarter of the 19th century. These and other jewels come from the private collection of the Italian sculptor Gustavo Augusto Felici who lived in India until 1905 and returned to Italy after the death of his Indian wife. Well known in theMore
Silver - Choker necklace
Exquisite Timeless Iconic Rabari Kutch Flexible Solid Silver-Wire Torque (NeckRing) called Varloh or hasli, probably from Gujarat, India. 19th century-early 20th century. The woman of traditional Rabari community wearing this heavy ornament on day by day. Also various groups,More
Temple toy dromedary with two figures - Bronze - India - first half 20th century
A beautiful large statue, rare. Nicely detailed, heavy quality, over 2.7 kilos. The two combatants are perfectly executed with their battle weapon. The dromedary has a beautiful decoration and cloth on the back. The photos give a good impression of the lot and it will be packagedMore
Antiek rug sieraad - Asik - Tekke/Turkoman - Afghanistan
Antique rug jewelry so-called ASIK from the Tekke tribe, Turkmenistan 19th century silver 835 (tested) long 23 cm. wide 17 cm. weight 230 grams. Partly ormolu. This elegant heart-shaped ornament was worn by Tekke women attached to the braids of their hair. It is said to provideMore
Head ornament - Algeria
Beautiful Tabzimt in enameled silver (tested) and Celluloid, early 20th century Algeria, Kabylia. Celluloid plates were imported from Germany at the very end of the 19th century to. Imitate coral. gaps and cracks on celluloid cabochons. Dimensions: 11 x 10 x 1 cm. Gross weight:More
Necklace made from Lapis Lazulli beads and Amulet - Lapis Lazuli - Central Asia - 20th century
- Necklace made from Lapis Lazulli and Amethyst beads and Carnelian Agate and Amethyst Fly amulets. Restrung on modern wire and Silver Lobsterlock (925). - Total length: 45 cm and 3,5 cm amulet. Registered Shipping. Known History/Provenance: Ex. London Art Market, 1990's.More
Chunky Vintage Indian Doug Paulus Cluster Statement Size EU 55 - 925 Silver - Statement ring Tanzanite - Moonstones
Vintage Indian Doug Paulus 925 Sterling Silver Cluster Statement Ring. Material and Craftsmanship: The ring is crafted from 925 sterling silver, indicating a high level of purity and quality. This material choice provides durability and a luxurious finish, typical of high-endMore
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