Kuchi Tribal Full Moon Headdress
The Kuchi and Pashtoon are a nomadic group of people living in Central Asia, whose ancestors traveled across international and neighboring borders for centuries. Throughout the years and explorations, jewelry of these wandering people incorporated design elements from many cultures including those of India, the Middle East, Central Asia.
Traditional jewelry artists used coins, bells, and large colorful glass jewels to produce chokers, necklaces, cuff bracelets, pendants, belts, rings, earrings, and headpieces incorporating centuries-old designs. Kuchi Jewelry is known own for its radiant colors, exotic look and intricate designs.