Kurdish amulet 'necklace' with an extremely long chain. In fact, it is/was worn over the shoulder. From southeastern Anatolia or Iraqi Kurdistan, ca. 1925. Low silver or alloy cylindrical box (called 'nuska' or 'hamay'), hanging on a double quatrefoil chain. Another small cylinder hangs underneath with many botehs, flower/hand shapes and circular ornaments. (Source: Lynn Ardent, Redmont, USA).