FTN22-64
Silver
Dzhezkazgan mining dist., Karaganda Region, Kazakhstan
Thumbnail, 2.9 x 2.5 x 1.5 cm
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A tight nest of ropy but sturdy silver wires forms a beautiful, solid cluster on this classic example of a Kazakhstan silver. These mainly came out in the 1990s, and we have not seen any in a long time. This particular piece is unusually robust. Interestingly, they now consider silver ropes and wires to be crystals, actually elongated and spinel twinned.