Contemporary or Traditional?

February 28, 2017

Is this a trinket from a modern store like Zara?

Old rabari tribe silver jewelry earring

Or is it possible that this is a tribal traditional old design used over several generations by a tribe in Western India?

Any guesses?

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These are traditional earrings that have been worn for ages by the Rabari tribe in Kutch, Gujarat.

Who would’ve thought?!

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More photos here.

jm

Feb 2017

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