Hinged silver bracelet (banjiri bu shawkah/banagiri mushawwaka, literally 'spiked bracelet') with a double row of spiked bosses punctuated by vertical rows of four small round bosses. Made from sheet silver which was heated and hammered into a mould (die-stamped). As small silver pin is used to fasten the bracelet. The rims of the bracelets are decorated with a rope-like pattern made from wirework. Style from northern Oman, worn throughout the country and especially by women of the Interior (e.g. Nizwa, Sinaw and Rustaq).
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