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    Tajik Wedding Necklace, Red Coral

    Sorry, this necklace is no longer available.A long Tajik “Wedding Necklace”, threaded with interweaving strands, of hard to get, genuine old Red Coral, in all it’s subtle mellow orangey shades (not the garishly red, dyed “Bamboo Coral”!) With an assortment of very worn old silver “Tajik” beads, a granulated hollow...
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    Tajik, Glass and Old Silver Necklace

    This neck is no longer available, we may still have a similar one in red. A long Tajik necklace similiar to, if not actually, a “Wedding Necklace”, threaded with interweaving strands, of deep, translucent Turquoise Glass, the lozenge shapes in a way inheriting the shape of beads imitating, the more...
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    Tajik, Old Coral and Silver Earrings.

    Sorry, these earrings are on Hold. Let us know if you’re after them in case they should become available.* A pair of old silver Tajik earrings, with a hollow box-like silver unit with punched designs applied and faded old Red Coral. The old hook (is not thick, and even though...
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    Tajik, Red Glass and Silver Pendant

    Richly decorated silver pendant with stamped silver sun and flower images, a single worn central faceted red glass and 12 jingly, beaten discs suspended from chains. Two dangles are missing (second at each end, see first image.) but their lack dissappears in useage. Lovely dark patina with shiny highlights, doesn’t...
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    Tajik, shell and red coral Prayer Box

    Sorry, this old piece is no longer available. An very old ”nielloed” silver, hollow cushion prayer box. The darkly patinated, old silver, flattened cylinder, really looks like a cushion, the central engraved swirling vines and flowers are set against a blackened ”nielloed” background. (the same is repeated on the reverse,...
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    Tajik, Silver Prayer Box Pendant

    Sorry, this wonderful prayer box is no longer available. Old worn Gilt Silver triangular “Prayer Box” with three central Niello (blackened and engraved) teardrops, each enclosing a raised black and dull silver Heraldic flourish. These in turn surrounded by a row of 44 small pits, these pits would have held...