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Central Asia ~ Uzbekistan | An elegant gilded shartu'yme from the Karakalpak people. | The turquoise stones that originally surrounded the central carnelian are missing. | Image courtesy of the Karakalpak State Museum of Art named after Savitsky, No'kis.

Central Asia ~ Uzbekistan | An elegant gilded shartu'yme from the Karakalpak people. | The turquoise stones that originally surrounded the central carnelian are missing. | Image courtesy of the Karakalpak State Museum of Art named after Savitsky, No'kis.

Turkestan | Amulet; silver and carnelian, with a studded leather strap ~ tumar. | Esari people | ca. 20th century

Turkestan | Amulet; silver and carnelian, with a studded leather strap ~ tumar. | Esari people | ca. 20th century

Asyk, women's back pendant in fire-gilded silver and carnelian, Tekke Turkmen, Central Asia

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The main component parts of the Karakalpak ha'ykel.  Image courtesy of the Karakalpak State Museum of Art named after Savitsky, No'kis.

The main component parts of the Karakalpak ha'ykel. Image courtesy of the Karakalpak State Museum of Art named after Savitsky, No'kis.

Central Asia or Iran | Pectoral ornament; Silver, fire-gilded and chased, with decorative wire and stamping, ram's-head terminals, and cabochon carnelians | 20th century

Central Asia or Iran | Pectoral ornament; Silver, fire-gilded and chased, with decorative wire and stamping, ram's-head terminals, and cabochon carnelians | 20th century

Centrial Asia Türkmenistan Tekke Gosa Asyk , Fire gilded and carnelian and turquoise stone. Circa : 1900 Weight : 112 gram Size : 18x10 cm

Centrial Asia Türkmenistan Tekke Gosa Asyk , Fire gilded and carnelian and turquoise stone. Circa : 1900 Weight : 112 gram Size : 18x10 cm

Amulet holders / pendants included in the publication, "Aus Steppe und Oase. Bilder turkestanischer Kulturen." by Johannes Kalter; pg 128 || Top left) silver, gilding, turquoise, coral and glass.  Khiva, 19th century.  Top right) Silver, gilding, carnelian.  Tekke, end 19th to early 20th century.  Bottom left) Silver, underlaid glass, gilding.  Kazakh, or Uzbek in Kazakh style. Bottom right) Silver with carnelians.  Esari

Amulet holders / pendants included in the publication, "Aus Steppe und Oase. Bilder turkestanischer Kulturen." by Johannes Kalter; pg 128 || Top left) silver, gilding, turquoise, coral and glass. Khiva, 19th century. Top right) Silver, gilding, carnelian. Tekke, end 19th to early 20th century. Bottom left) Silver, underlaid glass, gilding. Kazakh, or Uzbek in Kazakh style. Bottom right) Silver with carnelians. Esari

A wedding necklace for a bride from a wealthy Karakalpak family from old Khorezm. Made of silver, probably from melted down Russian and Khivan coins, mounted with nine red glass or carnelian stones and decorated with trefoils.

A wedding necklace for a bride from a wealthy Karakalpak family from old Khorezm. Made of silver, probably from melted down Russian and Khivan coins, mounted with nine red glass or carnelian stones and decorated with trefoils.

Uzbekistan ~ Khorezm | Forehead ornament; silver, partly gilt silver, carnelian, turquoise and coral || Ghysels’ Collection

Uzbekistan ~ Khorezm | Forehead ornament; silver, partly gilt silver, carnelian, turquoise and coral || Ghysels’ Collection

Shartuyme ornament from Karakalpakstan, Uzbekistan, having carnelian surrounded by small turquoise, gilt silver, mid 19th c (info@singkiang.com)

Shartuyme ornament from Karakalpakstan, Uzbekistan, having carnelian surrounded by small turquoise, gilt silver, mid 19th c (info@singkiang.com)

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