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This bracelet is comprised of a slender ring of silver with flat terminals that curl back on themselves. The terminals flank a pin that connects them, running through three silver loops.

The best parallels for this bracelet date to the 11th century A.D. However, the form could very well have originated earlier, in the Sasanian period.

Bracelet, Silver

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