BIG Mother of Pearl Sadaf Buttons From Kohistan District 4x (#8292)
Four beautiful old mother of pearl (locally called, "sadaf") buttons from the tribal regions of Kohistan, Pakistan. The geometric symbols are made by hand. Speculation about the use of the buttons is varied - some say they are worn on dresses called, "jumlo", others indicate they are used on decorative items. Approximately 1/8" thick but varies due to wear and age. These are not a matching set. Each button is worn from years of use but their designs are still visible. The remains of the shell are still apparent on the back. The largest one is about 2.12" wide, the others are around 2". You'll receive all four buttons shown.
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