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 ~ Flores, Ngada | Chest ornament (Taka); hammered gold | ca. 19th century

Indonesia ~ Flores, Ngada | Chest ornament (Taka); hammered gold | ca. 19th century

Indonesia - Lesser Sunda Islands, West Timor | Pair of earrings ~ kavata ~ from the Tetum people; silver, lost wax technique. c. 20th century. // ©Quai Branly Museum. 70.2001.27.770.1-2

Indonesia - Lesser Sunda Islands, West Timor | Pair of earrings ~ kavata ~ from the Tetum people; silver, lost wax technique. c. 20th century. // ©Quai Branly Museum. 70.2001.27.770.1-2

Royal Bridal Bit in Mamuli Form 11559 Sumba Bronze

Royal Bridal Bit in Mamuli Form 11559 Sumba Bronze

Earring gold Made in Sumba, Indonesia Culture: Sumba

Earring gold Made in Sumba, Indonesia Culture: Sumba

Indonesia ~ East Sumba | Ritual earring or pendant (mamuli); gold | 19th century or earlier || Source: 'Gold Jewellery of the Indonesian Archipelago', page 130

Indonesia ~ East Sumba | Ritual earring or pendant (mamuli); gold | 19th century or earlier || Source: 'Gold Jewellery of the Indonesian Archipelago', page 130

Indonesia ~ East Sumba | Ritual earring or pendant (mamuli); gold | 19th century or earlier || Source: 'Gold Jewellery of the Indonesian Archipelago', page 130

Indonesia ~ East Sumba | Ritual earring or pendant (mamuli); gold | 19th century or earlier || Source: 'Gold Jewellery of the Indonesian Archipelago', page 130

Indonesia ~ Small Sunda Island region | Earring from the Lembata Island, Nusa Tenggara Timur province | Traditionally this type of earring was always included when it came to the exchange of gifts between the bride and groom’s parents.

Indonesia ~ Small Sunda Island region | Earring from the Lembata Island, Nusa Tenggara Timur province | Traditionally this type of earring was always included when it came to the exchange of gifts between the bride and groom’s parents.

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