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Ngawa, Amdo, Tibet | Jewelry worn by a Amdo Tibetan woman from Ngawa (same woman as previous pin). She wears many heavy strands of coral, and solid 24k gold bracelets on her wrists and 24k gold rings on all ten fingers, some inset with coral. Wearing this ostentatious amount of jewelry is saved for very special occasions such as weddings and annual festivals. Photo by Ge Jialin (葛加林)

Ngawa, Amdo, Tibet | Jewelry worn by a Amdo Tibetan woman from Ngawa (same woman as previous pin). She wears many heavy strands of coral, and solid 24k gold bracelets on her wrists and 24k gold rings on all ten fingers, some inset with coral. Wearing this ostentatious amount of jewelry is saved for very special occasions such as weddings and annual festivals. Photo by Ge Jialin (葛加林)

Girl in Yading, Tibet, wearing traditional style earrings and necklaces from the area

Girl in Yading, Tibet, wearing traditional style earrings and necklaces from the area

China | Portrait taken during the Shaman festival held in the villages around Repkong; ceremony to honor the mountain god for good health and a successful harvest. | Tongren County known to Tibetans as Rebkong in the region previously known as Amdo is the capital and second smallest administrative subdivision by area within Huangnan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in Qinghai Province, China | © Ronnie Dankelman

China | Portrait taken during the Shaman festival held in the villages around Repkong; ceremony to honor the mountain god for good health and a successful harvest. | Tongren County known to Tibetans as Rebkong in the region previously known as Amdo is the capital and second smallest administrative subdivision by area within Huangnan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in Qinghai Province, China | © Ronnie Dankelman

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