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Paar Teeschalen mit Stand und Deckel. Steinzeug und Silber. Tibet. Wohl frühes 20. Jh. Gebot Lot 478 -  Jade-Teetasse, auf Silberstand mit Deckel. Tibet Gebot Lot 479

Paar Teeschalen mit Stand und Deckel. Steinzeug und Silber. Tibet. Wohl frühes 20. Jh. Gebot Lot 478 - Jade-Teetasse, auf Silberstand mit Deckel. Tibet Gebot Lot 479

Khampa Tibetans Headdress. These costumes are the most prized possessions of the wearers' families. |

Tibet ~ Traditional regional costume and headdress of Khampa Tibetans. These costumes are the most prized possessions of the wearers' families.

Ngawa, Amdo, Tibet headdress

Tibet : ngawa woman dressed in her family treasures of coral,gold,silver and other jewelry.This lady probably wears of coral necklaces alone(rest of her jewelry worn on her back and below the waist).

* Tibetian.  Khampa Girl from Aba Town in her ceremonial dress and jewelry at Aba's Zhachong festival.  Other than the coral beads she would only be wearing 24k gold unless it is silver and usually then this is only worn at or below waist level.

Gorgeous Khampa Girl from Aba, Tibet. This beautiful girl, gorgeous in her incredible ceremonial dress and jewelry at Aba's Zhachong festival.

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Jewel encrusted traditional ceremonial costume via Tibetan lady wearing a ceremonial costume during the King Gesar Arts Festival / Khampa arts festival in the Kham region of Tibet in

Ritual Sword, ca. 15th century  Tibet  Steel with gold and silver inlays

Vajra Flaying Knife Dated: circa century Culture: Tibetan Medium: steel inlaid with gold and silver Measurements: L.

Tibetan Woman from Ngaba / Ngawa in traditional Tibetan region of Amdo, Tibet (it is now known as Aba and now demarked by the Chinese into Sichuan province). She wears lovely coral necklaces, in Amdo the fashion is to have neatly arrange necklaces with no crossing. This contrasts with regions like Yushu in Kham where men and women often wear crossing, even tangles necklaces. Her earrings are 24k gold, her belt is specific to Amdo regions like Ngawa and Golok. Photo by Ge Jialin (葛加林)

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Tibetan Woman from Ngaba / Ngawa in traditional Tibetan region of Amdo, Tibet Photo by Ge Jialin

Litang Horse Race Festival 2006 | (Pinterest friendly zoom-in of previous pic) Local girl at the Litang Horse Festival dressed to the nines in her family's life savings. I've seen Chinese websites stating that the small group of women who attend(ed) Litang dressed like this each worse multiple kilograms, even tens of kg of solid gold. I'm doubtful, and think that the ornaments she wears are gilded silver, but what she is wearing is worth a fortune by any country's standards

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thisbeadifulworld: vesivett: Sichuan Khampa (via miss-mary-quite-contrary) She is a true beauty.this Tibetian woman…

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