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This is a rare find.
double strung and ready to hang or frame or place on a Native American choker or necklace..
This is creatively and artistically made by artisans of the Santo Domingo Pueblos years ago.
I have more of this collection offered and to be offered.
This piece has been well cared for in a smoke free home.
It is smooth and is exactly as seen in the photos. No chips,missing stones or cracks.
Size,,Approx 2 inches across the back by 2 inches

Santo Domingo and San Felipe Pueblo Indians of New Mexico, and can be translated as “shell bead.” The earliest recorded beads were made using the heishi technique. Heishi are produced by perforating shell fragments, threading them on wire, and then grinding them into disk shapes against a stone. Whereas “heishi” originally referred only to shell beads made with this technique, the term is now applied to disk-shaped beads made from almost any natural material.
Pendant only

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Santo Domingo Santa Domingo Inlaid Clam Shell Pendant with Turquoise and Shell Old


Only 1 available


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: shell, clam shell, turquoise
  • Only ships within United States.
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  • Favorited by: 13 people