This is a beautiful Vintage Silver and Red Glass Kuchi Pendant that was Converted into a Pin from the Middle East. This Kuchi pendant or a pin can be Kuchi are a nomadic group of people living throughout Central Asia who have traveled freely across international boundaries for centuries. Kuchi jewelry is renowned for its vibrant energy, exuberant designs, and flamboyant spirit. It is alive with color and over-the-top embellishments, which some might consider gaudy, but which Tribal Jewelry aficionados recognize as uniquely Kuchi. This jewelry is especially popular for dance and daily wear, combining the vitality of the multiple cultures and traditions that the Kuchi people visit in their wanderings. It is perhaps the most fun to wear of all the Tribal Jewelries. Kuchi women have long worn large amounts of jewelry and other colorful jingling finery. One theory suggests that jewelry and other adornment creates a sense of beauty and refinement in otherwise drab surroundings. This silver pendant would be a wonderful in all your creative jewelry designs.
Shows age, missing some glass stones, but in good condition
2 1/2" Square
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