Man's wedding crown, gelungan penganten, made of a band covered in red velvet, which is further covered at the front with a strip of openwork in gold-coloured metal in a decorative design of diagonal geometrical and floral shapes, two of the latter with central red stones. Above the band at the front two further pieces of similar manufacture rise up, overlapping at the front where they each end in a curve in imitation of a man's headcloth. At the front is a plaque of similar materials into which are set three stones, one red and two black; above this are two flaps suggetsing the front ties of a headcloth. The band is secured at the back by inserting one end behind a vertical metal strip which is set into the other end of the band.
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