Our traditional Kuchi pendant G6 is great for DIY tribal bellydance costuming projects and for adding a unique focal piece for your one of a kind jewelry creation. Great on tribal coin bras, belts, headbands and so much more!
More About Our Kuchi Pendant G6
Traditional Kuchi pendant with a unique design in dark antique silver tone with dark red rhinestone accent. Loops on top of main pendant allows you to easily add this piece to your jewelry or costume creations. Long side section can be pinned, sewn or attached with a jump ring to a number of items. Traditionally worn with the pendant along the side of the head and the long chain section connected to a nose ring. This is a heavier vintage jewelry piece (about 6.3 ounces), plan accordingly.
3 1/2″ tall by 6″ wide.
Authentic traditional Kuchi pendant.
Project Ideas Using Kuchi Pendant G6
Here are some tips and tricks to help inspire your creative muse:
With Tribal Coin Bras
Use these authentic tribal pendants as the focal accents on your DIY tribal coin bras. When added to a tribal bra, the pendant’s falls create a delicate sound with movement. The falls make great accents to bellyrolls and flutters and can be pinned or sewn to the bottom of a bra. You may also want to check out our DIY Tribal Coin Bra Kit and our assortment of coins when gathering the supplies for your project.
With Tribal Bellydance Belts
Whether you are building your own tribal belly dance belt from the base up or are just looking to spice up any existing belt you may already have, these Kuchi pendants are fabulous. Dancers enjoy their melodic sound created with each shimmy and twist.
Add one pendant to your belt as a center piece. Use necklace chain for a slightly more minimal and clean lined look. Use 3-4 pendants on your belt with falls with other accents. Tassels, Afghani studded buttons, coins or any of our other great embellishments make great belt accents, too.
When looking for a fully loaded Kuchi pendant belt, you may want to see if we have any pre-made jeweled belts that suit your needs. Those are sometimes less expensive then buying all the pendants separately and creating your own from scratch. You also may want to check out our tribal textile belts, as they make great bases for these Kuchi pendants.
With Tribal Headbands
These great tribal pendants are also ideal when creating your own tribal headbands. Use this piece along the center of a cloth headband that is accented with embellishments. Another great option for paired headband accents is to use any of our traditional Kuchi earring pairs. You may also like to take any of our traditional textile belts and cut them in half to use as the base for 2 headbands. They are stunning when pinned to turbans and head wraps made out our bandhini wraps.