Rare Vintage Ceremonial Tribal Earrings Karen Hills,burma,gorgeous Stones &metal
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Rare Vintage Ceremonial Tribal Earrings Karen Hills,burma,gorgeous Stones &metal:
Just reduced from $1400 to $688 for fast sale per Estate request!
Gorgeous,rare& colorful, precious gemstones from the area,hand-cut, intricately hand-crafted metallic ornations. Mysterious,pananormal & exquisite as used in ceremonial worships & dances. Genuine vintage originals,Not recent reproduction or duplicates. Extremely Rare & Highly Collectable. A must have for historican,primitive tribal memorabilia collectors. Own a significant piece of History. Great conversational artdeco at boardrooms, estate homes, corporations,museums,cultural centers, etc. Will make great gift for your beloved!Estate sale w 30 days authenticity warranty. Best price guaranty for fast sale. Please notify person(s) that will benefit from this museum category artifact. Your valuable comments on this unusual document would be highly appreciated.. Beautifully -matted & framed (exquisite wooden frame),measures 22x15" (This piece has been custom framed to framing experience Sate of the Art conservative Standards. The original presentation of the art has not been altered ) Also from same Estate, an extremely rare Share Certificate (only 2 shares ever existed!) signed by Anwar Sadat! listed separately
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The Karen or Kayin people (Karen:Per Ploan Poe or Ploan in Poe Karen and Pwa Ka Nyaw or Kanyaw in Sgaw Karen; Burmese: ကညီကလုာ္; MLCTS: ka. rang lu myui:, pronounced:[kəjɪ̀ɴ lù mjó]; Thai: กะเหรี่ยง, Kariang or Yang), refer to a number of Sino-Tibetan language speaking ethnic groups which reside primarily in southern and southEastern Burma (Myanmar). The Karen make up approximately 7 percent of the total Burmese population of approximately 50 million people. A large number of Karen also reside in Thailand, mostly on the Thai–Burmese border.
The Karen are often confused with the Red Karen (or Karenni). The subgroup of the Karenni, the Padaung tribe from the border region of Burma and Thailand, are best known for the neck rings worn by the women of this group of people.
Some of the Karen, led primarily by the Karen National Union (KNU), have waged a war against the central Burmese government since early 1949. The aim of the KNU at first was independence. Since 1976 the armed group has called for a federal system rather than an independent Karen State.