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Double Cordiform Pendant

Object Name:
Ornament
Date:
mid-to late 19th century
Geography:
Central Asia or Iran
Culture:
Islamic
Medium:
Silver; fire-gilded and chased, with decorative wire, openwork, ram's-head terminals, and cabochon carnelians
Dimensions:
7 3/4 x 6 3/8 in. (19.7 x 16.2 cm)
Classification:
Metal
Credit Line:
Gift of Marshall and Marilyn R. Wolf, 2015
Accession Number:
2015.648.1
Not on view
Marshall and Marilyn R. Wolf, New York (by 2006–15; gifted to MMA)
Diba, Layla S. "Silver Ornaments from the Marshall and Marilyn R. Wolf Collection." In Turkmen Jewelry. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2011. no. 59, p. 108, ill. pl. 59 (color).



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