Measurements: 8.5'' x 5.5''

Moroccan antique filigree silver fibula inset with enamel, used by Bedouin women to fasten garments.
The Moroccan fibula is most likely 19th century, from the area of Tiznit.

Silver with filigree and enamel decoration, with colors signifying the sun (yellow); red/orange as a protector against the evil eye; and green, color of vegetation and growth. Fibulae were used by Berbers to fasten garments, and symbolize power.

Starting Bid: $350.00
Bid Increments: $25
Market Value: $400.00

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