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Porcupine Quills & Juniper Berry Seeds, Ghost Beads, Blue Light Earrings- Blue Tribal Drums

Porcupine Quills & Juniper Berry Seeds, Ghost Beads, Blue Light Earrings- Blue Tribal Drums

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Native Ghost Beads, American porcupine quills, cream and brown pearl glass beads, matte metallic bronze seed beads, transparent blue beads, Antelope Squirrel husked juniper berry seeds
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-Porcupine quills
-Squirrel husked juniper berry seeds
-Cream and brown pearl beads
-Transparent color-lined blue beads and matte metallic bronze seed beads
-Nickel free hooks
- 2 3/4 inches(7cm) * length of earrings might vary depending on size of quills


Juniper berry seeds, or Navajo ghost beads, are one of my favorite materials. They are lightweight, small and versatile giving the jewelry a tribal look yet unique and sophisticated.

A juniper berry is the female seed cone produced by the various species of junipers. It is not a true berry but a cone with unusually fleshy and merged scales, which give it a berry-like appearance. I collect the seed piles left by squirrels under juniper trees or on top of rocks after they are done eating the cones.

The most straightforward definition of Navajo ghost beads is that they are meant to symbolize the connection between humanity and nature.

The juniper berry is an important component in traditional Navajo spiritual beliefs. Early Navajo culture was very firmly rooted in matters concerning an ongoing relationship with the spirit world. Someone who is wearing a necklace made from Navajo ghost beads will have the ability to keep evil spirits away, prevent negative energy from overwhelming the wearer, and even safeguard the individual from nightmares.
-Porcupine quills
-Squirrel husked juniper berry seeds
-Cream and brown pearl beads
-Transparent color-lined blue beads and matte metallic bronze seed beads
-Nickel free hooks
- 2 3/4 inches(7cm) * length of earrings might vary depending on size of quills


Juniper berry seeds, or Navajo ghost beads, are one of my favorite materials. They are lightweight, small and versatile giving the jewelry a tribal look yet unique and sophisticated.

A juniper berry is the female seed cone produced by the various species of junipers. It is not a true berry but a cone with unusually fleshy and merged scales, which give it a berry-like appearance. I collect the seed piles left by squirrels under juniper trees or on top of rocks after they are done eating the cones.

The most straightforward definition of Navajo ghost beads is that they are meant to symbolize the connection between humanity and nature.

The juniper berry is an important component in traditional Navajo spiritual beliefs. Early Navajo culture was very firmly rooted in matters concerning an ongoing relationship with the spirit world. Someone who is wearing a necklace made from Navajo ghost beads will have the ability to keep evil spirits away, prevent negative energy from overwhelming the wearer, and even safeguard the individual from nightmares.

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