It consists of an unclosed twisted ring and an engraved metal plate suspended on it with long chains attached to its lower edge.
The grivna is the oldest type of decoration, which had previously existed among many peoples, but survived up to the 20th century among the Yakuts only. Grivnas with back and breast decorations attached to them appeared among the Yakuts in the early 19th century. Women wore them for feasts over an overcoat or fur coat.
Abstract by M.V. Fedorova