DESCRIPTION: Offered here today is a three strand natural turquoise and Heishi. This grand necklace features numerous turquoise, with nugget beads of various sizes and shapes spaced between Heishi beads in shades of light browns. Of turquoise beads, with shell and coral accents, tied to the bottom of the necklace. Are both strung on a wax cord, and the neck is conjoined by a very nice Pueblo wrap.Is the Navajo word for "ear string". The Navajo and Pueblo natives would often wear all their jewelry for safekeeping.
Their extra "ear strings" or earrings, were often tied to the bottom of their necklaces. Later, this evolved into a popular necklace style. Would look great added to any collection. APPROX AGE: Vintage (meaning somewhere between the 1930s to 1970s). SIZE: This necklace measures approximately 31 inches from end to end, and the.Measures 3/8 inches across (at the widest point) x 5 3/4 inches from top to bottom. The total weight for this item is 178.3 grams. CONDITION: Good for its age, normal wear expected. Please look closely at the pictures as they are an important part of our description and are hereby incorporated into the description, specifically with regards to condition.
This is an awesome piece that would go perfect in your collection and it will look super on! We stand behind what we sell and want you to be happy! We also hold many auctions throughout the year.They are "live auctions" at our physical location and are also simulcast online. Check them out at Western Trading Post. THANK YOU for your business!