Kolts (Kolty - slav.), female Slavic headgears worn at both temples, were diverse in form and quality. Most importantly, Kolts identified the family or tribe where it was worn. They also were a significant tool to showcase family's (tribe's) wealth and status.
I used a seven-leaf Kolt for this pendant. It's dated c. 1000-1100 AD. It is a part of the composite female headgear of the Vyatichi tribe. Upper duet of spirals is made from a piece of ancient bronze bracelet c. 700-800 AD. Below - 5 small amulets c. 1000 - 1300 AD that were sewn onto clothes and were as much a decoration, as a protection from evil eye.
Size width 4.5 cm ( 1.77 inch) height 3 cm (1.2 inch)
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