The traditional Kuchi jewelry is made from precious stones, cotton-stung mora (beads), and coins. The set of jewelry items includes a necklace locket and a pair of earrings. The antique silver hues are covering the mixed metal and pieces are adorned with multicolor glass stone inlay.
This Tribal traditional jewelry set is originated from the Kuchi tribe residing in the small valleys of the Himalayas. Kuchi is Pashtun nomads, they used to migrate around Asia, specifically the South and Central region. This set has vibrant energy dripping from its semi-precious, multi-color glass stones. The earrings are crafted in chandelier style with long dangling chain tassels and bells fringe at the bottom. The identical pendant is placed in the center of eth long locket, completing the whole set in a classic manner.
This traditional set of pendants and matching pair of earrings makes a stunning embellishment. Compliments both western and eastern looks.
The 3000 years old tribal ornaments are rare and praiseworthy. Back in history when jewelry used to be the social status indicator tribes had an integral value associated with handmade ornaments. Our collection is based on mid-19th century pieces, most reproduced to their original design. The Himalayan artisans craft them delicately with the use of natural items and materials.