This 12 inch enameled brass fringe necklace has a 3 inch adjustable brass extender that allows it to hang anywhere from 12-15 inches, making it the perfect choker and short necklace or even wrapped multiple times as a bracelet. One of our best sellers, it is available in four colors: navy, turquoise, white and multi.
Tiger's Eye Frida Skull
This 2 inch piece of Tiger's Eye is set in an ornate German silver bezel (can be polished and treated like silver) and hangs on a vintage dead-stock silver-toned 36" snake chain.
The Agate Arely Necklace
This 2 x1 inch 18K gold-electroplated piece of neutral-toned crystalized Agate hangs on an adjustable made-in-the-USA brass chain that measures 20" in length (but can be shortened accordingly).
Coral and Onyx Bear Paw Lariat
This vintage Native American sterling silver bear-claw pendant set with coral hangs on a Y-necklace with sterling silver chain and onyx wired through the front. Connects at 20" with a 2.5 inch drop down lariat.
Vintage Onyx Scarab Necklace
This vintage gold-filled tiny carved Onyx scarab (carved on both sides!) hangs on an adjustable 16-18 inch gold Vermeil (18K plated .925) satellite chain.
The Selene Amethyst Necklace
This natural Brazilian-mined Amethyst slice is electroplated with gold and hangs on an antiqued jeweler's brass chain that is adjustable up to 22".
The Protection Seeker Lariat
This solid brass 'Gyan Mudra' hangs on an enameled brass evil eye adjustable necklace. Connects at 28", with a 3" dangle.
This is probably the most familiar mudra in mainstream society. Meditators are often seen pairing this mudra with their practice. The intention of the Gyan mudra is to improve your concentration and sharpen your memory. This is a great mudra to use when seeking to gain knowledge. Try holding this mudra while meditating for insight into your life or a specific issue.
Method: This mudra is performed by touching your index fingertip to the tip of your thumb, while holding your other three fingers straight.
The Moonstone Phases Necklace
A cast sterling silver moon phase pendant hangs on sterling silver moonstone wired chain. Moonstone is faceted and alternates between two different size stones. Adjustable 15-17".
In Native American beliefs, the moon is a protector. The symbol of the moon means many things depending on the season, the harvest, and when in combination with other symbols, but its overall meaning is that of serenity and protection.
The Maxine Quartz: Rose
This 3" Brazilian-mined beautiful Rose Quartz is electroplated in gold and hangs on an antiqued natural jeweler's brass chain, available in 26" or 20"
The Magi : Quartz Concho
This copper electroplated Quartz crystal hangs on a Y necklace with copper concho charms and antiqued brass. Adjustable chain in back. Connects at 24", 4" drop to Quartz.
The Lunate Sliding Lariat
This sterling silver sliding lariat makes an awesome adjustable layering staple in any wardrobe. A tiny onyx star, plated in sterling silver, hangs from the top clasp, while the bottom sterling silver pendant features the phases of the moon. Slide the star all the way to the top to wear as a choker-lariat, or adjust to any length (up to 28"). Also can be worn with the pendants in the back, as back-jewelry, with the thin silver chain around the neck in the front.
In Native American beliefs, the moon is a protector. The symbol of the moon means many things depending on the season, the harvest, and when in combination with other symbols, but its overall meaning is that of serenity and protection. In addition, Onyx is a stone known for it's protective qualities.
The Labradorite Ouroboros Necklace
This .925 labradorite wired chain features a beautiful oxidized sterling silver cast Ouroboros charm. The Ouroboros is a circular symbol depicting a snake, or less commonly a dragon, swallowing its tail, and is an emblem of wholeness or infinity. 16-18".
The Herkimer Diamond Necklace
This tiny natural chunk of raw Herkimer Diamond is electroplated with copper plated in sterling silver. Hangs on a rhodium plated (blackened) sterling silver box chain. 16 or 18" available.
The Garnet Sacred Scarab Necklace Price
A beautifully detailed cast bronze scarab beetle hangs on an 18K plated .925 wired Garnet stone chain. Necklace is adjustable, 15-18".
The Artimus Amethyst Necklace
This natural amethyst slice is cut like a crescent moon and hangs on a 24" vintage (deadstock) heavy, beautiful antiqued brass chain.
Opalite Enameled Y-Necklace
This opalite stone chunk is electroplated with 18K gold and hangs on a brass white-enameled Y-necklace. Connects at 26" with a 3" drop.
Moonstone Hamsa Blessing Necklace
This sterling silver wired moonstone chain features an inlaid mother-of-pearl German Silver hamsa charm. Floral pattern on back, can be worn double sided... Adjustable 16-18".
Labradorite and Goldstone Naja Necklace
This 2.5 inch wide 7-stone Naja pendant has 4 handcut faceted flashy Labradorite stones and 3 vintage Goldstones. Hangs on an ornate 28" chain that can be adjusted to hang shorter.
The Naja (or crescent moon shape) is often seen depicted at the center of squash blossom necklaces - a style of traditional Native American/South-western silver jewelry - that first appeared in the late 1800s, and is believed to be influenced by contact with Spanish Mexicans. “Naja” is the name the Navajo gave to a symbol believed to have originated in the Middle East in ancient times. Like so many symbols, it was created as a talisman for protection, with the Moors first affixing it to their horses’ bridles to ward off the evil eye. Most early examples of squash blossom necklaces feature plain Najas (strictly silver), but later designs began to incorporate turquoise and coral.
Our take on the Naja builds upon a classic, meaningful talisman, but features some of our best-selling stones and motifs.
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