These amazing crowns were commonly given to women by their intended husbands to be worn on their wedding day and afterwards as a wearable symbol of their marital status, in addition to being a type of "portable bank account”. To learn more about these pieces, check out this article.
Kabyle Fine Enamel Diadem Crown Size approx. 21" The Kabyle of Algeria are one of the groups of indigenous peoples of North Africa generally known...View full product details
Berber Dowry Coin/Enamel Heirloom Headpiece Total length 35" Materials: Vintage glass beads, antique silver coins, fine enamel work, and niello adorned etched pendants. Niello is...View full product details
Kabyle Enamel Chain-Link Crown Approx. 22" long The Kabyle of Algeria are one of the group of indigenous peoples of North Africa generally known as...View full product details
- Magnificent Judaic crown used in wedding rituals. - Origin: Tiznit, Morocco - Collected in Morocco in the 1950's - Measure approx. 20" x 8...View full product details