Hand Necklace | Museum Collection
H A N D N E C K L A C E
A collaboration with the National Museum of Australia, Inspired by Arabian Bronze Hand, 100 - 300 CE, Yemen.
Is a relic of religion that no longer exists, a smaller religion that focused on local gods. The engraving on the hand names one of these gods, who was worshipped in a Yemeni hill town around 100-300 CE. The town was Riyam and the name of the god was Ta’lab, one of his devotees gave the hand to him as an offering - Sterling Silver with Ivory Silk Cord
Sterling Silver with an Ivory twisted silk cord.
Necklace length: 80cm + 3cm chain extension