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Aztec Jewelry, Ancient ear  pendants.

Aztec Jewelry

Hoo-n-ym-pka (Hopi) taken in She wears turquoise mosaic earrings, a necklace of glass seed beads and a traditional black manta. Her butterfly hairstyle is typical of postpubescent, unmarried Hopi women.

Cherry Blossom | Mea B'fly Earrings

About Native American fashion, clothing, and jewelry.

African Tribal Art - Silver pendants, Egypt, Libya and Tunisia, verso African Jewelry, Tribal Jewelry, Jewelry Art, Silver Jewelry, Jewelry Design, Silver Ring, Silver Earrings, Egyptian Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry

African Tribal Art - Silver khamsas, Tunisia

Africa | A collection of old pendants from North Africa (Egypt, Libya and Tunisia). All high quality silver | Ranging from 35 to 70$

Mountain Wolf Woman, or Xéhachiwinga was a Native American woman of the Ho-Chunk Tribe. Her life exemplifies a successful adaptation to the larger dominant society while maintaining a serene sense of her own identity as a Ho-Chunk woman.

Ho-Chunk Family

An Aztec gold pendant from the tomb of Ahuizotl. Mexico City, Mexico An Aztec gold pendant from the tomb of Ahuizotl.


Diseño, ceramica, pintura, escultura, diseño grafico, diseño web

Very Large Silver Trade Hudson Bay Brooch (look at the Beaver Hanging Off the Brooch, Exceptional! Native American Jewellery, Native American Art, American Jewelry, Tribal Jewelry, Turquoise Jewelry, Silver Jewelry, Fur Trade, Hudson Bay, Silver Work

Very Large Silver Trade Hudson Bay Brooch

9`` in length, 7`` wide, Montreal & HB Marked, Nice Condition

 Mishongnovi Pueblo, Arizona, 1900 by Carl Newland Werntz on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection. Native American Images, Native American Tribes, Native American History, American Indians, Indian Tribes, Native Indian, Portraits, Historical Pictures, First Nations

So fierce Hopi.!!

Hopi woman 1880s. This historical photograph is another favorite of mine. In this image the woman wearing a traditional female hairstyle, which is said to be worn by those who are unmarried. Notice that she is wearing a variety of necklances made of silver. Mostly likely many of these strung silver beads were Navajo-made items, as many Hopi and Diné people historically have traded cultural items with each other for generations. The pendant she is wearing is called a naja (na'azha) which…

Golden era: Peru shines a treasured exhibition - Golden era: Peru shines a treasured exhibition Peru – Moche beaded pectoral 100 – 800 AD Ethnic Jewelry, Beaded Jewelry, Antique Necklace, Antique Jewelry, Costume Ethnique, Inca, Indigenous Art, Ancient Jewelry, Ancient Artifacts

Golden era: Peru shines a treasured exhibition

Peru - Moche beaded pectoral 100 - 800 AD

 yellow gold Turtle pendant with removable Turtle Shell.

Faith keeper of the Turtle Clan of the Onondaga and Seneca Nations of the Iroquois Confederacy. Description from I searched for this on