Jeany Day

Jeany Day

Jakarta Indonesia / Indonesian fashion and jewerly designer
Jeany Day
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Coral and turquoise gemstone necklace, chunky!

Coral and turquoise gemstone necklace, chunky!

Plentong Batik Factory, Jogjakarta / Yogyakarta, Java, Indonesia

Plentong Batik Factory, Jogjakarta / Yogyakarta, Java, Indonesia

Indonesia - Moluccas, Tanimbar | Comb carved for a single piece of animal bone | ca. 19th century

Indonesia - Moluccas, Tanimbar | Comb carved for a single piece of animal bone | ca. 19th century

Indonesia | Rare cast brass medicine ring inlaid with copper and iron from the Batak people of North Sumatra. ca. 19th century. A related example is illustrated in Sibeth (2102, p. 124) and another in van Cutsem (2000, p. 179). | Price on request

Indonesia | Rare cast brass medicine ring inlaid with copper and iron from the Batak people of North Sumatra. ca. 19th century. A related example is illustrated in Sibeth (2102, p. 124) and another in van Cutsem (2000, p. 179). | Price on request

Indonesia ~ East Sumba | Pendant with water buffalo (mamuli); gold | 19th - 20th century || Source: 'Gold Jewellery of the Indonesian Archipelago', page 142

Indonesia ~ East Sumba | Pendant with water buffalo (mamuli); gold | 19th - 20th century || Source: 'Gold Jewellery of the Indonesian Archipelago', page 142

Indonesia ~ Java | Pair of upper armbands; gold | 9th - 10th century ||| {GPA}

Indonesia ~ Java | Pair of upper armbands; gold | 9th - 10th century ||| {GPA}

Indonesia ~ Batak Toba | Omega form earrings ~ 'duri-duri' | Brass (left), Bronze (right) | Usually worn as a single earring but sometimes in pairs, they are the only gold and silver jewellery made by the Batak Toba, who traditionally prefer copper alloys. ||| Source; Ethnic Jewellery from Indonesia: Continuity and Evolution. Bruce W Carpenter. Pg 64

Indonesia ~ Batak Toba | Omega form earrings ~ 'duri-duri' | Brass (left), Bronze (right) | Usually worn as a single earring but sometimes in pairs, they are the only gold and silver jewellery made by the Batak Toba, who traditionally prefer copper alloys. ||| Source; Ethnic Jewellery from Indonesia: Continuity and Evolution. Bruce W Carpenter. Pg 64

Indonesia | Old 'Karo Batak' of Samatra; this type of bracelet was called 'Gelang-Karo' and was worn by the men of high ranging, chiefs of villages, priests, etc | Red copper, gilded | © Michel Halter.

Indonesia | Old 'Karo Batak' of Samatra; this type of bracelet was called 'Gelang-Karo' and was worn by the men of high ranging, chiefs of villages, priests, etc | Red copper, gilded | © Michel Halter.

ROYAL COURT OF SINGARAJA, BALI - Indonesia - Necklace Gold, rubies, sapphires, and diamonds 12 1/2 x 9 7/8 x 3/8 inches

ROYAL COURT OF SINGARAJA, BALI - Indonesia - Necklace Gold, rubies, sapphires, and diamonds 12 1/2 x 9 7/8 x 3/8 inches

Bangle gilt silver with copper tube wire work and granulation, late 19th c fine example of type - Indonesia

Bangle gilt silver with copper tube wire work and granulation, late 19th c fine example of type - Indonesia