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This is a really simple but lovely Southwestern necklace made up of 75 small hollow sterling silver spheres strung up on a silver chain. It is light and easy to wear and looks so smart. The necklace ends in two silver cones both marked "Sterling" with a rising sum emblem, so it may be Native American, but since I could not find the pictograph hallmark anywhere, I'm just going with Southwestern. The closure is a hook and eye type. Really simple is real beautiful in my opinion and this one hits the mark. Sorry I don't know how old it is. It was polished by previous owner.

The necklace is 41 cm (16") so more of a choker really. The beads are 4 mm in diameter or just under 3/16". Weight is 11.6 g

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Native Southwestern Silver Necklace - Silver Bead Choker - 16" - Sterling Silver - Marked Cones