Government official's headpiece, Tibet. Made of gold and turquoise. Diameter: 9.7 cm. Shown by Jane Casey Singer, in *Gold Jewelry from Tibet and Nepal* (1996), p. 115. The ornament was held to be a proper indication of the rank of a highly respected member of society, who would be recognizable as an official when wearing it.
Government official's ornament, Tibet. An object only worn by a high-ranking official, whose wearing it signified his particular status and role. Made of gold and turquoise. H: 11 cm; w. 4.5 cm. From Jane Casey Singer, *Gold Jewelry from Tibet and Nepal* (1996), p. 121.
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