Indian Feather Turquoise & Blue Lapis Agate Buffalo Fetish Beaded Long Necklace Set
ARTISAN MADE by COWGIRLS UNTAMED
Size: 18" Long
Natural. Western. Many Native American tribes of the southwest were great pottery and basket artists, like the Pima , the Hopi, the Mimbres, as well as many others. They would paint the bowls with geometric designs. These bowls were used as utemsils, and in sacred rights and ceremonies they were used to offer up sacrifices to the Great Spirit. . They had such great spiritual meaning and such strong magic, that often they would break or bury them after the ceremony.
The San Idefonso are a tribe from New Mexico, and the women were great pottery artists.
Orange turquoise, blue and white sodomite, silver, semi-precious stone chips of various colors, blue lapis, and natural wood are beaded along this long necklace holding PEWTER rendition of a San Idefonso Bowl with a moss agate buffalo fetish inside it and feathers dangling from it. The moss agate represents the tribes offering to The Great Spirit.
The pendant is 3.75" long x 1.25" wide
Necklace Length: 18.25"
Clasp: Silver S Hook