This antique brass Ethiopian tribal amulet (also known as a "wedding ring") was made in the early 1900s and was traditionally worn not on the finger, but on a strand as a pendant, on a belt, or sometimes woven into the wearer's hair. The metal in this amulet is a combination of alloys, including brass and silver. The actual metal content is unknown. The 3mm brown leather cord is 40" long to be worn long or short. The amulets vary slightly in size and color as they are antiques.