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Mynshassah - statement ethnographic necklace - tribal charms - ancient metal - textile rope via Sparrowsalvage.  She rocks my world

Mynshassah - statement ethnographic necklace - tribal charms - ancient metal - textile rope via Sparrowsalvage. my sister calls it "Stranded Mermaid Salvage"

:: Divine Grace ::  For this set of Spirit Beads I truly pulled out all the stops, and incorporated some rare and rather costly elements that Ive

Spirit Beads for Meditation & Prayer + India Goddess + Buddha + 1 Face Rudraksha Seed + Vintage Silver + Peru Opal + Mala Beads + Turquoise

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Layered Chunky Turquoise Stones Wood Mixed Beads Necklace Set

Bird in tree bracelet, multicolor semiprecious stone red creek jasper beads, warm earthtones, copper, 7 3/4 inches

Bird in tree bracelet, multicolor semiprecious stone red creek jasper beads, warm earthtones, copper, 7 inches

Saudi Arabia | Bedouin woman's necklace from the Najd; gold, coral and turquoise | ©The Splendour of Ethnic Jewelry: From the Colette and Jean-Pierre Ghysels Collection. Text: France Borel. Photographs: John Bigelow Taylor. Thames and Hudson, 1994. Page 115

Saudi Arabia Bedouin woman's necklace from the Najd; gold, coral and turquoise ©The Splendour of Ethnic Jewelry: From the Colette and Jean-Pierre Ghysels Collection. Thames and Hudson, Page 1

MEDLEY OF TURQUOISE BRACELET - Multi-Strand - Bracelets - Jewelry | Robert Redford's Sundance

MEDLEY OF TURQUOISE BRACELET - From rounded to angular and blue to green, different shapes and shades of turquoise team up with Thai silver beads. The three-strand bracelet closes with a sterling toggle.

Anna Holland | Antique carved conus shells from the deserts of Mauritania, once used as currency by tribes in Africa as early as the 14th century. With twenty strands of old white glass beads from Africa. Sterling silver cones and a hook and eye clasp

Anna Holland- antique carved conus shells from the deserts of Mauritania, once used as currency by tribes in Africa as early as the century. With twenty strands of old white glass beads from Africa.

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