A collaboration with the National Museum of Australia
Inspired by Arabian Bronze Hand, 100 - 300 CE, Yemen.
Is a relic of religion that no longer exists, a smaller religion that focused on local gods. The engraving on the hand names one of these gods, who was worshipped in a Yemeni hill town around 100-300 CE. The town was Riyam and the name of the god was Ta’lab, one of his devotees gave the hand to him as an offering.
Multiple Gold Plated Brass Hand charms are fixed to an Ivory or Black twisted silk cord.
Bracelet length: 17.5cm + 3cm chain extension