A big round Afghani head tikka is a traditional piece of jewelry worn in Afghanistan and other South Asian regions. It typically consists of a large circular pendant, often made of silver or other metals, adorned with intricate designs and semi-precious gemstones. The pendant is attached to a chain or string, allowing it to be worn on the forehead, often just above the center of the eyebrows. This headpiece is a prominent element of Afghan and South Asian bridal jewelry, and it adds a touch of elegance and cultural flair to traditional attire.
Available in multiple colors.