Algeria | Silver bracelets from the Aures | ca. late 19th century | 320 € ~ sold (Dec '14) for a set of 4

Algeria | Silver bracelets from the Aures | ca. late 19th century | 320 € ~ sold (Dec '14) for a set of 4

North Africa | Silver bracelet.  Ø 7 cm.  86 grs | Est. 120 - 150€ ~ (Mar '15)

North Africa | Silver bracelet. Ø 7 cm. 86 grs | Est. 120 - 150€ ~ (Mar '15)

Algeria | Three bracelets; silver and glass cabochons | Aures.  20th century | 150 € ~ sold (Dec '14)

Algeria | Three bracelets; silver and glass cabochons | Aures. 20th century | 150 € ~ sold (Dec '14)

Africa | Pair of anklets ~ 'khalkhal'; Silver gilt with cloisonné, enamel and pastes. Algeria, ca 1838 | The design of such anklets varied from city to city. The donor of this pair reported that these were made in El Golea, a town in central Algeria, but were acquired further north, in Ghardaïa.

Africa | Pair of anklets ~ 'khalkhal'; Silver gilt with cloisonné, enamel and pastes. Algeria, ca 1838 | The design of such anklets varied from city to city. The donor of this pair reported that these were made in El Golea, a town in central Algeria, but were acquired further north, in Ghardaïa.

Necklace | Moussa Albaka ~ a leading Tuareg jeweler based in Mali. Handcrafted sterling silver Cross of the Agadez combined with wooden beads inlaid with silver and copper | Originally these crosses were passed down from father to son. The father would say to the son, “My son, I give you the four corners of the world, because one can not know where one will die.”

Necklace | Moussa Albaka ~ a leading Tuareg jeweler based in Mali. Handcrafted sterling silver Cross of the Agadez combined with wooden beads inlaid with silver and copper | Originally these crosses were passed down from father to son. The father would say to the son, “My son, I give you the four corners of the world, because one can not know where one will die.”

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