This item consists of two similar Northern Indian Old Rajasthani Hindu Amulets with Ganesh and Parvati, his mother. Ganesh is the Hindu elephant god of fortune and remover of obstacles. Originating in temples, these amulets would have been worn by pilgrims for protection and as a sign of devotion (bhakti) to a particular God or Goddess. The design appears to have been stamped in copper and covered in a thin layer of gold, which has worn away and greened over time. The amulet at left measures 1.625" high by 1.75" wide, while the amulet at right measures 1.5" high by 1.6875" wide. Both have two 0.4375" high attached loops with a decorative circle design. Makers and exact ages are unknown. These Old Rajasthani Hindu Amulets with Ganesh and Parvati are in Generally Good Condition with wear and discoloration from time and usage.