A variation of a treasure necklace, you'll find beads of every shape and size on this necklace. Silver hexagons, turquoise rondelles, stamped silver tube beads, and more!
Two of the largest beads on the strand are double sided - flip them over and pick your favorite view.
Treasure Necklaces were originally designed by a white woman in the 1970s. She strung necklaces with items she had on hand - shards of pottery, broken jewelry, stones and beads. They became known as "Treasure Necklaces".
They became so popular that Native American artists copied the design and made it their own.
Handmade by Navajo artists on the Navajo Reservation, below the Lukachukai Mountains. The artists are self-taught, and incorporate traditional Navajo symbols and themes into each piece.
37 inches long