Ao Naga Tribal Glass and Brass Trumpet Bead Necklace, Early to Mid-20th Century For Sale
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Ao Naga Tribal Glass and Brass Trumpet Bead Necklace, Early to Mid-20th Century


Ao Naga tribal glass and brass trumpet bead necklace early to mid-20th century Offered by Bruce Hughes. Tribal glass bead and brass trumpet bead necklace from the Ao Naga Tribe of Burma, early to mid-20th century. The piece comprises 17 oblong glass beads and 14 trumpet shaped cast brass beads strung on natural twined thread. Measure: 14.75 inches long. These necklaces were treasured heirloom pieces passed on through dowry.


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    Good. Some of the glass beads have minor chips consistent with the age and wear as wear as blemishes present from the glass manufacture.
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    Wear consistent with age and use.
  • Dimensions

    H .75 in. x W 6 in. x D 14 in.

    H 1.91 cm x W 15.24 cm x D 35.56 cm

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