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This necklace thing from coins, how it is made? What holds the coins together and in place?
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>>1610716
holy shit dude are you retarded

WIRE IN A HOLE
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>>1610718
>are you retarded
Yes
I want to know how it is actually made. If an ethnic Udmurt could explain it it would be great.
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>>1610720
>ethnic Udmurt
what the fuck did the glow nigger mean by this
why do they want to track these russians now?
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>>1610727
Udmurts are not Russians dumbass.
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>>1610716
I don't think you have the prayer and crafting levels to craft this necklace.
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>>1610716
They aren't just 'made like that'.
They are heirlooms handed down to following generations.
Each generation is expected to add to it for their daughter's marriage.
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>>1610720
>take sheet metal
>>if you don't have sheet metal, hammer metal until it's sheet
>punch a pattern into it
>drill/punch hole
>put thread through hole
>tie to clothing
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>>1610802
So they're just made like that... Over time.
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>>1610716
We have similar stuff here in Bulgaria and I suppose the Balkans in general
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>>1610716
You could try soldering a metal loop to the coin so it looks like pic related. Afterwards you can simply attach it to a chain using a metal link. If you dont have a chain, you can use 2-3 strings braided together and pass the link throught the loops in the braid.
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for god's sake just punch a fucking hole and put wire through it
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>>1611291
I did it and it didn't look correct. But now I see that there must be a piece of cloth underneath that the coins are sewn onto like on pic related.
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>>1611318
>there must be a piece of cloth underneath that the coins are sewn onto like on pic related.

search: Udmurt coin neclace
find:
http://udmurtculture.weebly.com/art--customs.html
click on obvious link

> ...the bride would wear coins, usually attached to a piece of leather or cloth, around her neck to protect her chest. This was passed down from generation to generation, usually with coins from each generation attached to the necklace. The bride would also cover her head in a special headdress covered in coins that usually arched above her head...

>usually attached to a piece of leather or cloth

Have you heard of search engines?
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>>1610729
They basically are
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>>1611479
They're not even Slavic.
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hot glue
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It's also bulgarian costume, must be something tataric
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>>1611318
Why do you need that tho? Are you goin to larp a uralic bride for your husband?
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>>1611561
they basically are
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