This traditional Turkmen kuchi headpiece is a traditional nomadic hair accessory, place over the forehead, most worn by the women.
The delicately embellished tribal mathapatti is made with fine details and delicacy. The handmade mathapatti is made with metal alloy and have archaic imprints. A black fabric is placed at the back with ribbons at the end for easy adjustments and comfort. The pink semiprecious glass stone is embedded in the center, giving a contrast to silver rustic hues of the mathapatti.
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Let us take you back to the history; these elegant Tribal kuchi Afghan-Boho ornaments belong to the Nomadic groups of South Asia, especially of the Himalayan region. The tribes’ men used to craft such stunning ornaments for their tribes’ women, who used to wear them along with their chunky, heavily embellished traditional cloths. Our local artisans of the Himalayas craft these jewelry items while preserving their heritage and cultural values. Make sure to appreciate their skill and hard work by choosing from our large exclusive collection of the handpicked gorgeous ornaments, which get a place to your heart in no time.
Note: The product is handmade, so slight changes might occur in the actual product.
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