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6mm rounds of leopardskin jasper, silvertone 4mm rounds, and Navajo ghost beads, with a silvertone barrel clasp. Approximately 7.25 inches in length.

Navajo ghost beads are made from cedar berries. Cedar berries are gathered by members of the Navajo and Ute Nations of southeastern Utah for the creation of ghost bead jewelry and crafts. The people are assisted by Ants, who nibble off one end of the berry and eat the meat. The craftspeople need only punch a hole in the other end to string berries on a cord with colorful beads. The harmony that results from the interconnection of earth, tree, animal and human is believed to ensure tranquility and keep evil spirits away from the wearer

Leopardskin jasper and Navajo ghost bead bracelet

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: jasper, leopardskin jasper, navajo ghost bead, metal
  • Feedback: 174 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Tennessee, United States
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