Only a few of these pieces of jewelry exactly resemble a cross.
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Befor.   While jewellery of other Berber cultures in the Maghreb was mainly worn by women, Tuareg men also use necklaces, amulets, rings and other.
Note: Mint & Used items for sale in my store may have more than 1 copy.
Iferouane is also the location of the headquarters of the Aïr and Ténéré Natural Reserves, a World Heritage Site covering. . .
The four arms of the cross are used as a means of.
Note: Mint & Used items for sale in my store may have more than 1 copy. (487) £28. .
Report. Mar 25, 2016 · THE LEGEND OF THE AGADEZ CROSS March 20, 2014 "Once upon a time, there was a noble Tuareg young man who fell wildly in love with a princess whose father, the fierce Amenokal of his confederation, prevented all suitors from entering his palace through a system of complicated locks.
The plot is sizzling.
The characters are fictitious. Presented here is a vintage 18 Carat Solid Gold filigree pendant – 1920 to 1930 – in the form of a Solar Cross with a Unique Design and extremely fine and precise work- This cross is called the cross of Agadez and is a Touareg design.
For most of them, it is a pendant with a varied silhouette, related either to a cross (tanaghilt), or to a form of plate or shield. 159,38.
The condition is Pristine. This large, distinctive Cross of Agadez is a true work of art, hand-signed by the Tuareg craftsman on the back in Tomasbeck or Araic. .
Agadez Tuareg Cross - The markings and geometrical design of Tuareg crosses and Tuareg jewelry in general translates into protective symbolism. £82. The characters are fictitious. . Closure: Clasp-Hook. .
The Cross of Agadez is the most famous among the 21 emblems of the Tuareg. .
  While jewellery of other Berber cultures in the Maghreb was mainly worn by women, Tuareg men also use necklaces, amulets, rings and other.
The crosses are named after oasis towns.