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Silver bracelet from Yemen |  © Jose M Pery.

Silver bracelet from Yemen

A beautiful Yemeni cuff from the 1970s, in high grade silver with granulation, appliques, and spikes.  The gentleman who collected it described Yemeni silversmiths still working by candlelight in the 1970s.

A beautiful Yemeni cuff from the in high grade silver with granulation, appliques, and spikes. The gentleman who collected it described Yemeni silversmiths still working by candlelight in the

Yemeni Amulet from the Hadramaut  This is a heavy silver wedding necklace from the Hadramaut, probably from Wadi Daw'an. The cucumber-shaped amulet has finely engraved floral decoration, with granulated pyramid finials on either side and forming the bails. Beneath it hangs profuse bells, none missing or replaced. Hands of Fatimah hang at the front of each row of bells.

This is a heavy silver wedding necklace from the Hadramaut, probably from Wadi Daw'an. The cucumber-shaped amulet has finely engraved floral decoration, with g…

Yemen | silver and coral necklace

Antique Coral & Silver Genuine Yemeni Tribal Berber Ethnic Necklace 192 grams

Yemen | silver and coral necklace

Yemeni ornament - Turkish Jewerly

Yemeni ornament An ornament from Yemen based on a Maria Theresia Thaler. the bells, red beads and stylized hands are added to ward off evil

Yemeni Anklet, Tribal Silver, Foot Bracelet, Bedouin Jewelry, Yemeni Jewelry, Ethnic Tribal Jewelry by Anteeka on Etsy

Yemeni Anklet, Tribal Silver, Foot Bracelet, Bedouin Jewelry, Yemeni Jewelry, Ethnic Tribal Jewelry

Yemeni Anklet, Tribal Silver, Foot Bracelet, Bedouin Jewelry, Yemeni Jewelry, Ethnic Tribal Jewelry by Anteeka on Etsy

A luminous pair of Yemeni silver bracelets with wonderful filigree and granulation.  Likely Jewish made in the first half of the 20th century, and worn above or below the elbow as an armlet.  Posted by Betty on Ethnic Jewels.

A luminous pair of Yemeni silver bracelets with wonderful filigree and granulation. Likely Jewish made in the first half of the century, and worn above or below the elbow as an armlet. Posted by Betty on Ethnic Jewels.

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