Silver inlaid with colored glass Gonzuk pendant from the Ersari Turkoman tribe.
This style of pendant is often used as a protective amulet, and hung in the kitchen after the young bride wears it.
Thimbles are traditionally used as drops on the beaded fringes. This piece has its original beaded strap.
See page 120-1 Plate 60 in Old Silver Jewelry of the Turkoman Dietrich Reimer Verlag Berlin