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Folks...... this Hopi ceremonial necklace is from my father's collection. Museum quality early Hopi sterling silver medallion necklace by the renowned silversmith Ted Masungyama Wadsworth.

This is an incredible hand crafted ceremonial piece created in sterling silver and carved bone. Ted stamped the leather back of the medallion with his initials. A rabbit stick or (TW) has been his hallmark since 1954.

Ted Wadsworth was one of the early Hopi guild members. His sons are Donald, Charles and Edison, taught by their father whom are also magnificent silversmiths.

Although a heavy piece, it is very comfortable to wear. It can be worn by either a man or woman. Much more beautiful and impressive than I could depict in the photos.

LENGTH: 26" + Naja & Cones 6".... (total length 32")
WEIGHT: 127.9 grams
NAJA: (Medallion) - 3"

No refunds/No returns....all proceeds feed the critters we rescue, provide them a safe haven & vet care...we operate on a very slim budget....thank you

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HOPI MASUNGYAMA WADSWORTH Rare Ceremonial Necklace c1960


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  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: Sterling Silver, Leather, Bone
  • Ships worldwide from Canada
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