Bedouin Turquoise and aqeeq ring- Afghan Jaal ring- Ethnic turquoise Antique jewelry-Large Central Asian Turquoise ring
This is a magnificent Bedouin Ring that was part of a traditional Ceremonial Jewelry ensemble from Central Asia. The opulent Turkmen influence is clearly present in its over-stated and luxurious design.
It was skillfully handcrafted using meticulous Turquoise and red coral set in a deep coin silver setting.
The extraordinary front is based on a thick silver plate which is hand carved into motifs influenced by the Mughal architecture.If you have had a chance to look at Mughal architecture you can relate the carvings on the ceilings of Mughal Palaces and Tombs.Specially the ones built in the time of Emperor ShahJehan
The main stone in the ring is a medium size Red coral.The ring is shaped into a perfect circle for a reason-The shape is featuring many tiny dots made of turquoise stone to keep all evils eyes away from the bride.The tradition states that good energy revolves and does not let the evil spirit enter into its realm.
The band is hand carved to perfection.
Dome Diameter = 2-1/4 inches (1 inch = 2.54 cm)
Weight = 0.42 oz
Available in size 8 USA