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Both men and women wore silver and gold necklaces in Seljuq times, but these resemble women’s chokers. The spherical gold beads of this necklace would have been formed by hammering gold sheet into a stone with a hemispherical depression and soldering the two halves together.

Necklace, Gold; granulation

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