Hill tribe silver earrings from the Golden Triangle
Hill Tribe ethnic earrings made of high-grade silver. These old cylindrical-shaper ear ornaments are worn by the Lahu Shi, one of the hill tribes living in the border between Laos, Myanmar and Thailand and worn on stretched earlobe holes.
They are decorated with very thin twisted silver wire on each end.
From mid-XXth Century.
The diameter at the end of the earrings is 3 cm (1,18 in) and they are 4 cm long (1,57 in).
They weight 27,2 gr.