A beautiful pendant made from White Buffalo. Add to a simple silver chain, or to a string of colorful beads. The wide bail makes this pendant easy to move from necklace to necklace.
White Buffalo comes from the Dry Creek mine on the Shoshone Indian Reservation near Battle Mountain, Nevada. It's not classified as a turquoise, but as a Howlite stone. This white stone with black matrix is highly sought after in Native American jewelry.
Explanation of Symbols:
The small circles or round beads along the border represent stars - meaning that your intentions will be brought to heaven.
Half moons: symbolize clouds which are abundance.
Small, straight lines: symbolize rain, which are renewal and fertility.
Handmade by Native American artists.