Large close-up of Yomud people necklace made of silver with applied gilt decorations, and large carnelians on a long strap. Yomud (mostly a Turkoman group) from Chorezm (Uzbekistan). Posted by Linda Pastorino; subsequently reposted on our Facebook page "Ethnic Jewellery and Adornment". An extraordinarily good and scarce piece.
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Double asyk pendant.
Antique 155 years old turkoman silver asyk pendant partial gold wash carnelian
Turkoman Aysk pendant ~ silver, gold wash and carnelians. ca. 155 years old | 1750$
Group of Three Turkoman Tribal Silver Asyk Pendants
Group of Three Turkoman Tribal Silver Asyk Pendants | From a unique collection of antique and modern tribal art at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/more-furniture-collectibles/tribal-art/
^Antique Turkoman Asyk
A married woman's amulet container on chain ("tumar"). Central Asia: Turkoman people; early 20th c. Height, with chain as shown: 46 cm; width 22 cm. Silver-gilt with carnelians. Published in Truus Daalder, *Ethnic Jewellery and Adornment*, p. 360.