Antique vintage art nouveau silver Ottoman silver Tuareg agadez cross pendant. This product sheet is originally written in English. Please find below an automatic translation in French.If you have questions please contact us. We articles Ottoman Turkish and geometric like that would marry well with this piece, on sale this week. To view separate lists please visit our store and search \Description of the listing by: cait p.
Age to: new art c. Markings: unidentified marks on the back of the pendant. Main stone carat weight / color. Pierre carat weight / daccentuation color. Article Measures: Pendant measures 2.8 long ball understood and 1.6 the ball opening measures 1.55 mm across.Closing / Clasp Type: Standard ball; the opening of the ball is rather small and it may be necessary to set an extra ball for this piece is worn on chains and thicker necklaces. Hand made during the art nouveau period of the Ottoman Empire by the Tuareg confederation. The Tuareg people are a Berber ethnic group that has lived in North Africa. The pendant is made from sterling silver.
925 handcrafted cross agadez, popular motif in the Tuareg jewelery. The face of the pendant was continued with geometric patterns of circles and lines etched.
The ball in this room is rather small and can not hold on chains and thicker necklaces; Your local jeweler can easily add an extra ball so that the pendant can be worn with a variety of channels. This list is for The article only. All display boxes or photography accessories do not come with your purchase. This is very true because of the beautiful design that came out of this period. This women-centered era and the beauty of nature and the pieces were often considerable.
Enamel is a common material used in art nouveau jewelry, as the period was more to the importance of design on the materials used to create it. The art nouveau period sest passed before the start of the First World War, when mass production has resumed production. Ancient Turkish, Islamic and Bedouin jewelery share similar ancestral and stylistic roots and influenced each other by trading lintermédiaire for lots and lots of years. This is largely due to the expansion of the Ottoman empire, which evaluated art and crafts and encouraged the pursuit of art and Arabic calligraphy. The reign of the Ottomans in the 16th and 17th centuries brought the Turkish Islamic motifs and designs of the Bedouin nomadic culture, fusing a range of styles beautiful arabesques; repeating rhythmic patterns, which often include floral and organic geometric designs.Hunting is a technique for metal working which uses a tool as nail and hammer hand etch patterns on a metal surface. This process creates a design that is cast to the front of the ugly channels surface grooves and notches. Hunting is thousands of years and was a very long and difficult technique that is still used by blacksmiths. All items ship within one business day of receipt of payment.
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