Kuchi Tribal Pendant with Charms


This ornate piece of Kuchi jewelry was most likely an earring originally. The ear wire is no longer attached, but because of the two large loops on top, it can be used as a pendant. Either strung on a strand of beads of stitched to an article of tribal bellydance costuming, it will garner lots of attention. The mixed metal is quite silvery in tone and it is set with several bits of pink, red & bright green glass. The curved bottom edge is loaded with tiny metal balls and charms. There has been a small piece of fabric stitched to the back of it and it measures about 2 1/2" long by 3” wide.

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