Jewelry from Nepal: Individual Pieces

According to Hannelore Gabriel in The Jewelry of Nepal, this form of neck ring was once used throughout western Nepal, but is now only commonly found among the Tharu of the Terai.

This piece is either hollow or formed over a very lightweight base as it is quite inflexible yet lightweight. The opening is 2-3/8 inches wide and the overall diameter is 7-1/4 inches. The ends are wrapped with a very fine black cotton thread.

link map

Index page [< Previous] [Next >]

hansuli, Tharu people, S. Nepal

hansuli, Tharu people, S. Nepal

Jump to top of page.

Home  |  About us  |  Tibetan furniture  |  Showroom  |  Featured  |  Search  |  Site map

All photographs are the property of Paul Morse and may not be used without permission.

Last updated: Saturday, February 23, 2002
For more information contact