Ther bracelet, probably one of a pair has been bought in Ethiopia. Its possible origin is Egypt.
Beautiful bracelet from the Amhara ON THE ETHIPIAN HIGHLANDS
The three rings are linked together with a leather strip. Engravings on one of the external rings.
Four Ivory rings linked together with leather strips. Engravings on both external rings.
A large brass anklet worn by the maried Afar women in the Danakil desert of Ethiopia
Hinged ethiopian silver bracelet, from Harar and/or Wollo. According to Seiwert with Ottoman influence
Incertain origin, maybe imported from Yemen or even India
Another of these hinged Ethiopian silver cuffs, common all over the Ethiopian highlands
Hinged bracelet with a range of spiks
These open silver cuffs are common all over the Oromo country. In Jimma they are called "dirmi". Very easy and confortable to wear. The diameter and the opening can easily been adjusted.
Heavy bracelet opening with a hinge.
These heavy cuffs are from the Jimma area. They open with a hinge are easily wearable.
Finely chiseled cuff. These open silver cuffs are common all over the Oromo country. Very easy and confortable to wear. The diameter and the opening can easily been adjusted.
This silver bracelet perfectly wearable closes with an hinge and a pin.
Highly decorative and wearable Ethiopian bracelet from the Amhara highlands. It has a hinge and closes with a pin.
Hinged bracelet made out of a double