This traditional Kuchi Afghan headpiece is a collection of all vintage pieces. This unique head ornament is comprised of multi-hued glass stones. These charming multicolor glass stones are giving traditional vibes to this tribal jewelry. The black fabric used in this tribal headpiece is decorated with tiny red and white beads. Hanging from the headpiece are beautiful silver rhythmic bells that make pleasing sounds with every movement.
The entire metallic piece is attached to a nice quality black fabric backing that makes this tribal headpiece so comfortable to wear. After wearing this elegant tribal matha patti you feel yourself to be a part of history. The traditional vibes it gives you can’t be explained in words.
This elegant and fascinating tribal headpiece is handcrafted by talented craftsmen. Afghani headpieces are very traditional and worn by tribal Afghan women in times of celebration and on different jovial occasions such as weddings and parties. This tribal headpiece is light in weight and easy to wear.
The origin of tribal jewelry is assumed to be in the Kuchi Tribe. The Kuchis were a nomadic group of vendors, living the life of gypsies in Central Asia. Women of these areas use to wear heavy and traditional jewelry to show their culture. Especially at weddings and engagements, we see brides in this kind of ornaments. Afghani Kuchi Jewelry has been exuberant, elegant and diverse.
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