These ear ornaments were designed to be attached to the sides of a headress. Weighing a total of 124.75 grams of very high grade silver, their exact origin is northern Pakistan or Turkmanistan. The coins are silver Indian quarter rupees, stamped George V King and Emperor and dated 1918. The chain dangles are attached via a ingenious railing soldered to the back of each disk, allowing them to hang freely. Early 20th century.
Measurements: Total height approx 14.5 cm. Diameter of disks 4.4 cm