Indian Necklaces

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Indian Necklaces
Indian Necklaces

Hopi Indian, Navajo Indian & Zuni Indian jewelry Necklaces created from Sterling silver & Sleeping Beauty or Kingman turquoise heishe are true Native American works of art.

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Hopi Indian necklaces are created from sterling silver with traditional Southwestern Indian designs.

Zuni Indian necklaces are fashioned from sterling silver with Sleeping Beauty turquoise in a cluster or needlepoint style or sterling silver with intricate inlay work featuring turquoise, red coral or other semi-precious stones.

Navajo Indian necklaces are created from sterling silver & turquoise & have a very traditional Southwestern Indian look as represented by the squash blossom necklace. Hand Made Native American Southwestern Indian jewelry is a Pleasure to wear.

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