Ancient Tribal Stacked Stone Talisman | Evil Eye Amulet | Primitive Earthy Braided Leather Necklace | African Trade Bead Jewelry with Tassel

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Handmade

Materials

wyoming serpentine, natural leather, African trade beads, ethnic metal beads, Egyptian faience, Karen Hill Tribe fine silver, Tibetan turquoise, carnelian

Deeply primal and eerie, I wove this earthy necklace with a fantastic collection of ancient stacked stone, .999 fine silver heishi, African trade beads, and undyed leather that I hand conditioned. Everything is rare and high quality with the unmistakable look of fine handcraftedness. Added some leather tassels strung with beads to dangle at your back for a little urban tribal edge. Fully adjustable to wear as a primitive pendant choker or as a long bohemian stone talisman.

The two evil eye Akoso beads are deeply imbued with magic. They are both incredibly attractive and repellent, quite curious and scary. Circa late 1800s to early 1900s, they come from West Africa where the Krobo peoples made them for evil eye amulets using powder glass from Venetian trade beads and crushed cold cream jars. These beads are intentionally unsettling, as their purpose is to drive away evil.

The opaque mottled green stones are hand carved serpentine from the jade fields of Wyoming, USA, as are the glowing yellow green beads. Carved carnelian, bauxite, old metal ethnic trade beads, and glass -- amulets from times long past are paired with contemporary pure silver trade heishi, Tibetan turquoise and faience beads from Egypt.

I'd be happy to tie slider knots on this tribal stacked stone talisman for you if you prefer that to the ties. Just let me know in the notes to seller.

- fully adjustable, ties in the back
- hand-conditioned natural leather
- handcarved Wyoming serpentine beads made by friend and fellow artist Ray Robbins
- Karen Hill Tribe fine silver heishi
- old metal ethnic beads
- natural color stabilized green Tibetan turquoise disks
- vintage Egyptian faience tomb beads / sha sha beads made in Alexandria
- amazing antique Akoso beads from the African trade

Please note, the wooden model wearing this primitive earthy necklace is smaller than life size. I tried to adjust the necklace to lay as it would on a real person.

Eerie, awesome one of a kind relic, just for you.

More magical designs to be found in my shop: www.etsy.com/shop/FirstAgeSilver
Deeply primal and eerie, I wove this earthy necklace with a fantastic collection of ancient stacked stone, .999 fine silver heishi, African trade beads, and undyed leather that I hand conditioned. Everything is rare and high quality with the unmistakable look of fine handcraftedness. Added some leather tassels strung with beads to dangle at your back for a little urban tribal edge. Fully adjustable to wear as a primitive pendant choker or as a long bohemian stone talisman.

The two evil eye Akoso beads are deeply imbued with magic. They are both incredibly attractive and repellent, quite curious and scary. Circa late 1800s to early 1900s, they come from West Africa where the Krobo peoples made them for evil eye amulets using powder glass from Venetian trade beads and crushed cold cream jars. These beads are intentionally unsettling, as their purpose is to drive away evil.

The opaque mottled green stones are hand carved serpentine from the jade fields of Wyoming, USA, as are the glowing yellow green beads. Carved carnelian, bauxite, old metal ethnic trade beads, and glass -- amulets from times long past are paired with contemporary pure silver trade heishi, Tibetan turquoise and faience beads from Egypt.

I'd be happy to tie slider knots on this tribal stacked stone talisman for you if you prefer that to the ties. Just let me know in the notes to seller.

- fully adjustable, ties in the back
- hand-conditioned natural leather
- handcarved Wyoming serpentine beads made by friend and fellow artist Ray Robbins
- Karen Hill Tribe fine silver heishi
- old metal ethnic beads
- natural color stabilized green Tibetan turquoise disks
- vintage Egyptian faience tomb beads / sha sha beads made in Alexandria
- amazing antique Akoso beads from the African trade

Please note, the wooden model wearing this primitive earthy necklace is smaller than life size. I tried to adjust the necklace to lay as it would on a real person.

Eerie, awesome one of a kind relic, just for you.

More magical designs to be found in my shop: www.etsy.com/shop/FirstAgeSilver

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