“For centuries this kind of ornamentation served as a means of exchange and is a good example of how the Western market adapted to the demands of its African trading partners.
Talhakimt pendants have a very characteristic shape. They consist of a ring with a longer or shorter point. They are worn today on a ribbon round the neck with the point turned down. The original form of these rings is likely to have been of local origin, but soon Indian traders imitated them as objects in exchange for desirable pieces of jewelry.”
These lightweight green earrings combine a simple design with the ethnic taste of a green talhakimnt. As usual, a simple piece but with a good history behind.
Great for a natural bridal gown, everyday and elegant parties.
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This design is ready to ship, it comes packaged in a charming Odd Fibulae box, perfect for gift-giving, or safe keeping.