8996

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    Pair of Pashtun, Pierced Silver Bracelets

    Pashtun People, North-west Pakistan
    early 20th century

    diameter: widest at approximately 6.8cm, combined weight: 132g

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    Provenance

    private collection, London.

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    This pleasing pair or wearable silver bracelets is in ‘C’ form. Each is decorated with chased bands of braided and pearled lines around central panels that are pierced and decorated with repeated flower motifs.

    The pair is from the Pashtun people of north-western Pakistan and what was colonial India.

    The pair is in fine condition. They are of a good size and can be easily worn. They also have obvious age.

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