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This necklace features 3 Middle Eastern coins from the Kuchi Tribe. The Kuchi tribe regularly use coins in their jewelry and stitched onto their clothes. The center coin depicts a lion wielding a sword, there is a crown hovering over the lion. It is from Iran and is dated 1974. The other two coins have scalloped edges and feature vines. They are both from Pakistan and are dated 1963 and 1961. All three coins dangle from wavy pieces of sterling silver which have been hammered into shape, polished and buffed to give a brushed matte finish resembling the worn feel of the coins. All other metal components except the coins, are sterling silver.

The coins and silver are accompanied by several pieces of scale agate also know as spiderweb agate or carnelian. They have a lovely rich warm orangey red colour and look fabulous in the sun light.

This piece measures 18” and the center pendant is 2 3/4"


Also goes great with these earrings which utilizes the same red scale agate and brushed silver finish:

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Daw B (Dawn Blair)

Middle Eastern Inspired Red Orange Scale Agate with Kuchi Coins and Hammered Brushed Sterling Silver Belly Dancing Necklace, Bohemian Gypsy

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: sterling silver, hammered silver, scale agate, spiderweb agate, spiderweb carnelian, brushed silver, buffed silver
  • Ships worldwide from Canada
  • Feedback: 52 reviews
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