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Afghani Tribal Jewelry: Afghani Earrings & Necklace


Golden & green Stone Afghani Ring

Golden & green Stone Afghani Ring

USD 31
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Aadila thread Afghan necklace

Aadila thread Afghan necklace

USD 46
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Sivaj Afghani earrings

Sivaj Afghani earrings

USD 35
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Aabidah thread Afghan necklace

Aabidah thread Afghan necklace

USD 53
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Aaliyah thread Afghan necklace

Aaliyah thread Afghan necklace

USD 40
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Red Metal Afghani Danglers

Red Metal Afghani Danglers

USD 34
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Oval shape pendant blue & silver vintage Kazakhstan necklace

Oval shape pendant blue & silver vintage Kazakhstan necklace

USD 79
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Blue-red Afghani Danglers

Blue-red Afghani Danglers

USD 37
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Abeer thread Afghan necklace

Abeer thread Afghan necklace

USD 53
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Aala thread Afghan necklace

Aala thread Afghan necklace

USD 44

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Afghanistan the curator of these stunning pieces made an impact on the everlasting statement Jewellery.  As the name suggests, Afghan Jewellery came into the virtue and showed us a new way to style. In the ancient times, these Jewellery were a part of the tribe of Afghani women used to wear a lot of traditional Jewellery such as necklaces, headpieces, earrings, anklets, waist belts and more. The vintage significance comes with its unique rustic feel.  The place Kabul, where the main orientation of these Jewellery manufactured. Initially, it had a tribal name and fame then, it took off to another route to India where people welcomed it wholeheartedly.

There is no local source of gold and silver in Afghanistan so, the tribal women make the jewellery by hand. They start with melting down old coins. Other materials like old coins, semi-precious stones, they even use glass, enamel, plastic and stone beading. Everything has its own design and value.

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Necklaces:An incredible vintage Kuchi tribe necklace featuring onyx stones and ghungroo. It’s easy to get confused between Kutch and Kuchi tribe. Kutch in western India (Gujarat) and Kuchi in Afghanistan as they have so many similarities between the lines of trends and culture.

Earrings:Afghani earrings, bright and beautiful, the danglers are oh-so-perfect for a woman. These handcrafted danglers are embedded with glass beads and enamels.

Ring:Tjori finds the finest brass rings which are gold plated and adorned with semi-precious stones. These alluring rings are best for an impressive statement style.

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Afghani Tribal Jewellery substantially reflects the nomadic vibe and culture. It combines with various influences across the cultural barriers. The place where women are covered with Afghani Jewellery from head to toe. There is no view of the skin on their body as they wear Jewellery all over. The Jewellery is made with sturdy metal as the women wear it regularly. There rigorous nomadic lifestyle makes it even more important to have a sturdy material. This definitely explains why so many Kuchi pieces are still available and are in good conditions.

Afghani tribal Jewellery was crafted in many different places and forms. For instance, as we talk about the large danglers, nose rings, hair ornaments, Afghani necklaces, beaded fringes these all have their own style and niche which they fit in. As of now, all these pieces are highly in demand. Most of the bloggers, fashion expert have been seen wearing these at events and galas.

This handcrafted gold-plated, brass Jewellery collection is a fusion of traditional and contemporary elements for a modern woman’s wardrobe! Kuchi Necklaces, earrings, motifs, enamel work and exquisite tribal elements.

As I stated above Kuchi Jewellery came from Pashtoon tribe that were living close to Afghanistan and Pakistan. The work Kuchi itself means migration which is a Persian word. It describes the particular group of people. Now, the jewellery wore through various cities that are India, Central Asia, and the Middle East.  These jewellery artisans used coins, semi-precious gemstones, and ghungroos to produce tribal Afghan jewellery, earrings and more by hand, often in age-old designs.

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