Berber Bracelet – SHAMS U KMAR – Fez, Morocco Berber Bracelet – SHAMS U KMAR – Fez, Morocco

Back to Amazigh Sold Items
Category: Bracelets & Anklets Tags:

Berber Bracelet – SHAMS U KMAR – Fez, Morocco Berber Bracelet – SHAMS U KMAR – Fez, Morocco

End 19th century – early 20th century. Silver and gold Gr. 120,2 (4.24 oz). Outside diameter: cm. 7,3 (2.99 Inches); inner diameter cm. 6,2 (2.67 Inches). The bracelet is cm. 2,3 width (0.98 Inches).

This is a rare Shams u Kmar from Fez characterized by alternating bands symbolizing the sun (gold) and the moon (silver).

Berbers are the indigenous ethnic group of North Africa. They are continuously distributed from the Atlantic to the Siwa oasis in Egypt, and from the Mediterranean to the Niger River. The name Berber appeared for the first time after the end of the Roman Empire.

Many Berbers call themselves some variant of the word imazighen (singular: Amazigh), possibly meaning “free people” or “free and noble men”. Today, most Berber-speaking people live in Morocco and Algeria.

End 19th century – early 20th century. Silver and gold Gr. 120,2 (4.24 oz). Outside diameter: cm. 7,3 (2.99 Inches); inner diameter cm. 6,2 (2.67 Inches). The bracelet is cm. 2,3 width (0.98 Inches).

This is a rare Shams u Kmar from Fez characterized by alternating bands symbolizing the sun (gold) and the moon (silver).

Berbers are the indigenous ethnic group of North Africa. They are continuously distributed from the Atlantic to the Siwa oasis in Egypt, and from the Mediterranean to the Niger River. The name Berber appeared for the first time after the end of the Roman Empire.

Many Berbers call themselves some variant of the word imazighen (singular: Amazigh), possibly meaning “free people” or “free and noble men”. Today, most Berber-speaking people live in Morocco and Algeria.

Share this post

Back to Amazigh Sold Items