Collection: Vintage Kuchi Jewellery

The Kuchi (which means “nomad” in the Afghan Dari language) are Sunni Muslim tribes people who travel the alpine routes between Pakistan and Afghanistan, guiding their herds of sheep and camels to the sparse grazing grounds scattered over rugged mountain terrain. The Kuchi nomadic women do not wear burqas. They are fiercely independent, usually wreathed in silver necklaces and dressed in spangling embroidery, and they stare boldly back from atop their camels when you cross them on the roads. It's their custom to go unveiled, and because the Taliban Vice and Virtue Police usually stay in the towns, and the Kuchis have ferocious dogs and even more ferocious husbands, these nomad women are left alone. 

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  • Rare Vintage Afghan Kuchi Banjara Glass Ethnic Tribal Festival Ring Lot of 24
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  • Rare Vintage Afghan Kuchi Banjara Glass Ethnic Tribal Festival Ring Lot of 24
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    £60.00
  • Rare Vintage Afghan Kuchi Banjara Glass Ethnic Tribal Festival Ring Lot of 24
    Regular price
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    £60.00
  • Special Lot Rare Vintage Afghan Kuchi Banjara Glass Ethnic Tribal Festival Ring Lot of 24
    Regular price
    £64.00
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    £64.00
  • Rare Vintage Afghan Kuchi Banjara Glass Ethnic Tribal Festival Ring Lot of 24
    Regular price
    £60.00
    Sale price
    £60.00
  • Rare Vintage Afghan Kuchi Banjara Glass Ethnic Tribal Festival Ring Lot of 24
    Regular price
    £60.00
    Sale price
    £60.00