Oman has a very rich and distinctive jewelry tradition. Due to the nation’s long history of seafaring and trade, many influences of other cultures can be seen in Omani jewelry. Oman in particular traded with India and the Golden Triangle: trading partners whose influence is still visible in Omani jewelry today. Many Omani anklets and bracelets are reminiscent of Indian jewelry. A specific type of Omani necklace clearly derives from the jewelry of the Hmong tribes in the Golden Triangle.
Three distinctive regional styles can be discerned: North Oman, Central Oman and South Oman each have different jewelry items and traditions. For interesting publications on Omani jewelry, have a look here. To see how some of this jewelry was worn, look here.