Traditional Yemenite wedding necklace. This handmade work of art is inspired from an early 20th century original ethnic tribal Jewish bridal necklace known as the "labbeh" given to wear for marriage, following childbirth and other joyous occasions. It was attached to the sides of the headgear hanging down as a frame to her chin. Worn by Jewish and Muslim women alike, designed with elaborate and extensive filigree, alternating with silver and semi precious beads with pomegranate balls or bells this jewel was often associated with fertility and to fend off bad spirits. Choose from silver or gold overlay. Different stones available upon order. Made in Israel.