Silver pendant-like tassel ornaments with red glass. With a pin in the back for wearing purpose. Though the pin is recently fixed and is the only part that is not original.
Turkoman have few material possessions. But they have beautifully ornaments made by their own hands. The most common form of decoration usually with incised lines. They use gilding to accentuate and define the lines. Almost never found old Turkoman jewelry with solid gold. Often fret work to decorate the borders of larger jewelry elements; the outlines of the various ornaments were sometimes quite elaborate. Settings of carnelian stone or red glass were oval or round, and most were raised.
An old, exquisite and beautiful piece both in design and the quality of work.
One piece only.
Dimensions: 0.25″ x 2.25″ x 5″