Gazelle horn and Moroccan silver cuff braceletThis cuff bracelet has been hand crafted by the Tuareg tribespeople of North Africa, from the horn of the gazelle and Moroccan silver. The designs on the silver are traditional tribal symbols representing nature and the Sahara.
The gazelle loses it's horns naturally and for centuries the tribes people in North Africa have used the horn of the gazelle in their jewellery, for trading beads and for home decoration.
The Tuareg people were the craftspeople of North Africa, who produced the arms for warriors, tools for agriculture and striking jewellery such as this piece, for adornment. An engraving tool has been used by the artisan to create the geometric forms representative of nature, which adorn this lovely piece.
This is a lovely bracelet. The age of this piece is unknown.Weight: 44grams
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