A Mongolian women chest ornament. Two pairs of enamelled silver plaques and a centrepiece pendant, inset with coral and gemstones, chained by strands of coral and turquoise beads. 19th-20th c. Mongolia
Antique Turquoise Coral and Amber Beads Necklace. The Tibetan plateau was inhabited at least 21,000 years ago and has a long and rich history. This is depicted in this phenomenal example of their traditional jewelry. Recently restrung with a Chinese silver clasp, this amber, turquoise and coral necklace is rare and exquisite! Location: Tibet | Circa Date: 18th - 19th Century | Dimensions: 12" Long. See more at londoncoin.com
Mediterranean red coral and gold necklace, early XX century Mediterranean red coral and gold necklace. Beginning of the twentieth century. Important necklace with three strands of red Mediterranean coral beads exceptional caliber. Up to the first 900 jewels of this bill, called the "line of bridal" were donated to the wife by the husband's family with protective value and auspicious.