Silver, coral, Yemen Description This early 20th century necklace in silver and coral is a part which pays really homage to the female throats because it is openwork on the skin , light and really very feminine. Each Yemeni family has her own design for the silver main elements .
Morocco | Cuff bracelet; silver and glass past. Tiznit. ca. 19th - early 20th century. | This type of bracelet is also found in the form of ankle bracelets (closed) with the same openwork in the Aures in Algeria | 850€
Silver Ring | England, Britain Date:775-850. The focus on silver gave rise to new decorative schemes: the material lent itself to different techniques such as repoussé, chip carving and the openwork seen on the present ring. The growth in popularity of these decorative techniques was accompanied by a distinctive development of zoomorphic style, characterised by lively beasts, interlaced meshes and speckled surfaces, all of which are present in the central roundel of this ring.