A nineteenth century Tibetan Silver Ghao hollow box pendant decorated with floral patterning, and inlaid with nine flowers of small Tibetan Turquoise beads. The sides of the box are decorated with twelve stylised flowers. At the top of the box pendant is a long Silver patterned tube, and, at the base of the pendant, and long patterned tubular Silver bead with facetted pointed ends. The pendant is suspended from an antique Indian Silver snake links chain necklace. The box pendant is 2.2 inches in width, 0.4 inches in depth, and 3 inches in drop length. The Indian Silver chain is 17.4 inches in length, and is finished with a Silver patterned hook and ring.