Carnelian Tanfouk Pendant

$495.00

Tuareg People.

Hand crafted by award winning jeweler Moussa Albaka. This pendant is made from carnelian and sterling silver. A tanfouk is commonly worn by the Tuareg women woven into their hair as a fertility symbol.

The men wear the tip of the tanfouk as a stone etched into a silver ring symbolizing the sunrise and the start of a new life.

Description

Tuareg People.

Hand crafted by award winning jeweler Moussa Albaka. This pendant is made from carnelian and sterling silver. A tanfouk is commonly worn by the Tuareg women woven into their hair as a fertility symbol.

The men wear the tip of the tanfouk as a stone etched into a silver ring symbolizing the sunrise and the start of a new life.

Additional information

Dimensions

4.25" x 2" x .25"


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