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This are Silver Tribal Earring

The word Jhumka or Jhumki refers to the traditional bell shaped earring design of India.
The design and the jingle of the hanging elements from the dome is what gave this jewellery a distinct popularity.
Jhumka Tibet
Jhumka are earrings from India 
This are Tribal Bell Ethnic Trendy Retro Jhumka Jhumki Crystal Earrings.

The word Jhumka or Jhumki refers to the traditional bell shaped earring design of India.
The design and the jingle of the hanging elements from the dome is what gave this jewellery a distinct popularity.
Jhumka tribal
Antique Bedouin Kuchi Tribal Afghan Jingle Bell Tribal Fusion Ring
Most Kuchi  items are old and used items with a distinct aged patina. They are a nomadic Afghan people who have created amazing jewellery for centuries. Their colourful jewellery combines new, old, metal, beads, coins, stones and fabric. Many pieces are worn due to being used from every day wear, tribal celebrations, belly dance and wedding uses. They are made with a coin-base metal alloy.
Kuchi Tribal Afghan Ring
Banjara necklace, population of Afghan origin.
According to B. G. Halbar, the word Banjara is derived from the Sanskrit phrase "vana chara" (wanderers in the jungle).
Motiraj Rathod believes that this community became known as Banjara around the 14th century AD, but previously had some association with the Laman, which claims a history of 3,000 years.
Length: 40 "
Long boho Banjara
Morocco antique Berber child's bracelet with bells.
- silver handmade during the Marinids Dinasty (1248–1465).
- weight 26gr.
Morocco bracelet
Open ring and bracelet with bells produced in Korea - Sterling Silver
Open ring and bracelet
A gold ring with a bell decorated with Swarovski crystals and a pearl from Sri Lanka
The bell tongue is also a wonderfull pearl.
Pearl bell ring
The Qin state was named because the people of its homeland were called the Qin. The Qin's strength had been consolidated by Lord Shang Yang during the Warring States Period, in the 4th century BCE. In the early third century BCE, the Qin accomplished a series of swift conquests; the state subjugated the Chu, remnants of the Zhou Dynasty, and various other states to gain undisputed control of China.
Protection bells Qin dinasty
Saxon bronze pendant cast IInd to IIIrd century, Old Saxony, Germany, late Roman Empire.
Saxon pendant
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