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Oval Kazak Ring

Jewelry-making in Kazakhstan was always done by professionals, and not a household craft. Silver was acquired through trade with Central Asia and melting down trade coins. It was common to include colorful glass in their designs,

The silver “window” design is common in rings and other jewelry from Kazakhstan. The silver geometric designs sit on top of red glass. The oval shape is wrapped with filigreed silver shaped into triangles and small balls.

Circa: 20th Century

Origin: Kazakhstan

Material: Silver and Glass

Condition: Excellent


Inventory number: JL3843



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