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Pair of Silver Anklets with Coral & Enamel Great Kabylia, Algeria circa 1920 height of each: 12.7cm, outside diameter of each: approx. 9cm, combined weight: 937g Michael Backman Ltd

Pair of Silver Anklets with Coral & Enamel Great Kabylia, Algeria circa 1920 height of each: 12.7cm, outside diameter of each: approx. 9cm, combined weight: 937g Michael Backman Ltd

Vintage Berber Kabyle Algeria Beni Yenni original silver enamel earrings with coral, ethnic tribal jewelry. by tribalgallery on Etsy

Vintage Berber Kabyle Algeria Beni Yenni original silver enamel earrings with coral, ethnic tribal jewelry. by tribalgallery on Etsy

Antique silver tribal ethnic Berber earrings hoops, Aures Algeria / Morocco

Antique silver tribal ethnic Berber earrings hoops, Aures Algeria / Morocco

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~~Pair of khal khal  berber or tuareg anklets from Algeria, tuareg jewelry, tuareg silver, ethnic  tribal jewelry, african berber bracelet

RESERVED - Pair of khal khal tuareg anklets from Algeria, tuareg jewelry, tuareg silver, ethnic tribal jewelry, african berber bracelet

~~Pair of khal khal berber or tuareg anklets from Algeria, tuareg jewelry, tuareg silver, ethnic tribal jewelry, african berber bracelet

Large Berber Amber (Resin Amber) Graduated Beads from The Atlas Mountain region of Northern Algeria. Some with traditional Silver Metal Tribal Jewelry braces

Large Berber Amber (Resin Amber) Graduated Beads from The Atlas Mountain region of Northern Algeria. Some with traditional Silver Metal Tribal Jewelry braces

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North Eastern Algeria | Pair of 'khal khal' anklets; plate silver with imitation coral | ca. 2nd half of the 20th century | 660€

Pair of khal khal Berber anklets from Algeria, Berber jewelry, ethnic tribal jewelry, african berber bracelet, Berber silver

North Eastern Algeria | Pair of 'khal khal' anklets; plate silver with imitation coral | ca. 2nd half of the 20th century | 660€

Morocco | Cuff bracelet; silver and glass past. Tiznit. ca. 19th - early 20th century. | This type of bracelet is also found in the form of ankle bracelets (closed) with the same openwork in the Aures in Algeria | 850€

Morocco | Cuff bracelet; silver and glass past. Tiznit. ca. 19th - early 20th century. | This type of bracelet is also found in the form of ankle bracelets (closed) with the same openwork in the Aures in Algeria | 850€

Faiza Maghni, born in Algeria, now living in Paris, profiled in Combustus magazine: "I’m drawn to the symbolic meanings found in tribal jewelry and have reinvented this style in my paintings, such as the giraffe-collared women in Burma and Africa that are simultaneously a symbol of beauty and a forced cruelty...Sometimes costume can be an impressive armor and other times a kind of light and screen that hides or reveals. http://combustus.net/2012/07/26/faiza-maghni-i-look-for-the-cracks/

Faiza Maghni, born in Algeria, now living in Paris, profiled in Combustus magazine: "I’m drawn to the symbolic meanings found in tribal jewelry and have reinvented this style in my paintings, such as the giraffe-collared women in Burma and Africa that are simultaneously a symbol of beauty and a forced cruelty...Sometimes costume can be an impressive armor and other times a kind of light and screen that hides or reveals. http://combustus.net/2012/07/26/faiza-maghni-i-look-for-the-cracks/

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