Asian or Indian silver gilt tussie with garnets and turquoise. The handle is the form of a face with a white cabochon stone in the mouth. There are 4 faces on sides of the tussie. There are 4 larger carved turquoise heads and 5 smaller turquoise cabochons. (one of the small stones is chipped). There are strands of dark red garnet bead swags around the top of the cup and as a chain for the pin. There are 2 oval garnet cabochons. It also has the finger ring on a chain. It measures 6" long and the top of the cup measures 2 3/8" by 2". There is a little blue & white enamel, most is missing. Heavy weight, solid piece. It dates from about 1880-1900.