Handcrafted in Kashmir by the nomadic Kuchi tribe of Central Asia.
The large silver triangular-shaped pendant is a traditional motif in Kashmir.
The upper portion has the traditional hook for attaching to the hair or other headgear.
Tinkling bells hang from wire-wrapped dangles along the lower edge for making wonderful sounds with movement.
Think traditional Nomadic jewelry, very well made with a warm age patina.
Size of the longest one is 13" long x 3" wide, the smaller one is: 10"5 x 2"5.