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Ethnological Museum of Berlin Nordafrika, West- und Zentralasien [III B 1960]

Halskette mit Duftperlen

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Provenance/Rights: Ethnologisches Museum, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin / Martin Franken (CC BY-NC-SA)

Description

"Halskette mit wohlriechendem Holz und silberner Hand der Fatima".

"tazlagt n-sháb"
Silberanhänger in Filigranarbeit die Hand der Fatme darstellend. Dreieckige wohlriechende Perlen (warscheinlich geknetet und handgeformt) viereckig angeordnet und an vier Stellen durch große rote Perlen geführt. An den Enden grüne, kantige Perlen.
Sammler: Spatz, Paul

Material/Technique

Silber, Koralle, Baumwolle, Nelke (Holz)

Measurements

Länge x Breite x Höhe: 41,5 x 10,5 x 2,4 cm; Höhe x Breite x Tiefe: 6,5 x 4,6 x 0,4 cm (Anhänger); Durchmesser: 30 cm (wenn die Kette rund gelegt wird); Breite: 4 cm (eines Kettenstranges); Gewicht: < 2 kg

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