Gioielli Etnici | Cintura Bukhara, Uzbekistan

Gioielli Etnici | Cintura Bukhara, Uzbekistan

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Vecchia Cintura degli anni 30/40 (1930) proveniente dalla leggendaria città di Bukhara, in Uzbekistan.

Realizzata interamente in argento – grazie al suo scitillio si dice ricordi l’acqua e il fuoco, credenze derivate da uno sciamanesimo ancestrale – è arricchita da lavorazioni a sbalzo impreziosite da conterie in turchese, ambra e corallo.

Le cinture erano spesso accessori prettamente maschili poichè corredavano le tuniche degli uomiini e le decorazioni lavorate in argento permettevano di poter agganciare, a seconda della personale ricchezza, il pugnale, scatoline contenitori sempre in argento finemente cesellato o semplici astucci di cuoio. Quelle provenienti dall’Uzbekistan, ed in particolare dalla regione di Bukhara, erano le più ricche e ricercate, amate anche dagli antichi Khan, i capi nomadi.

Oggetto da collezione

La fibbia misura H 5,5 x 11 cm

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Scheda Prodotto

Peso 430 g
Altezza3 cm
Larghezza92 cm
Paese d'origine

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Old Belt from the 30s/40s (1930s) coming from the legendary city Bukhara, Uzbekistan.
Made of silver – thanks to its scitillio it is said to remember water and fire, beliefs derived from an ancestral shamanism – it is enriched by embossed workings and embellished with turquoise, amber and coral beads.
The belts were often male accessories, as they accompanied the tunics of the men and the silver decorations made it possible to attach, depending on personal wealth, the dagger, boxes always in finely chiseled silver or simple leather cases. Those coming from Uzbekistan, especially from the Bukhara region, were the richest and most sought after, also loved by the ancient Khans, the nomadic leaders.
Collectible Item
The buckle measures H 5.5 x 11 cm

Old Belt from the 30s/40s (1930s) coming from the legendary city Bukhara, Uzbekistan.
Made of silver – thanks to its scitillio it is said to remember water and fire, beliefs derived from an ancestral shamanism – it is enriched by embossed workings and embellished with turquoise, amber and coral beads.
The belts were often male accessories, as they accompanied the tunics of the men and the silver decorations made it possible to attach, depending on personal wealth, the dagger, boxes always in finely chiseled silver or simple leather cases. Those coming from Uzbekistan, especially from the Bukhara region, were the richest and most sought after, also loved by the ancient Khans, the nomadic leaders.
Pieza de colección
The buckle measures H 5.5 x 11 cm

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