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Antique Ethiopian Hinged Cross #1

Antique Ethiopian Hinged Cross #1

Africa | "Teneghelt" cross "Iferouane" from the Tuareg people of Niger | Silver | 80€

Africa | "Teneghelt" cross "Iferouane" from the Tuareg people of Niger | Silver | 80€

Africa | "Ethiopian crosses, usually named after towns or provinces of the highlands, are either cast by lost wax method or cut directly from a Maria Theresa dollar" | ©Caption and image Angela Fisher from her publication "Africa Adorned".

Africa | "Ethiopian crosses, usually named after towns or provinces of the highlands, are either cast by lost wax method or cut directly from a Maria Theresa dollar" | ©Caption and image Angela Fisher from her publication "Africa Adorned".

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Ethiopia | Old 'trade-silver' Coptic crosses

Ethiopia | Old 'trade-silver' Coptic crosses

Ethiopia | Collection of silver pendant crosses; mostly dating from the 19th century || Ghysels Collection, photograph John Bigelow Taylor

Ethiopia | Collection of silver pendant crosses; mostly dating from the 19th century || Ghysels Collection, photograph John Bigelow Taylor

Africa | Old tuareg veil weight in silver

Africa | Old tuareg veil weight in silver

Africa | Four 'crosses' from the Tuareg people of Niger | Silver alloy (Thaler coin silver), some strung on leather

Africa | Four 'crosses' from the Tuareg people of Niger | Silver alloy (Thaler coin silver), some strung on leather

The front of the cross is set with table cut diamonds in plain gold rimmed settings, and where the arms and upright meet at the centre there are stylised enamelled lilies, echoing those at the four extremities. The back is enamelled with a pattern of flowers and leaves in colours on a white ground. Spain or Austria, c. 1620. Click for source and additional commentary by Diana Scarisbrick

The front of the cross is set with table cut diamonds in plain gold rimmed settings, and where the arms and upright meet at the centre there are stylised enamelled lilies, echoing those at the four extremities. The back is enamelled with a pattern of flowers and leaves in colours on a white ground. Spain or Austria, c. 1620. Click for source and additional commentary by Diana Scarisbrick

Ethiopia | 27 variations of Silver Pendant Crosses

Ethiopia | 27 variations of Silver Pendant Crosses

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