Navajo 4-Strand Turquoise Heishi-Style and Silver Beaded Necklace c. 1960-70s (J90245C-0423-002)


Additional Information

  • Circa: 1960-70s
  • Size: 25'' x 0.0''
16.3g, 25" length. Ex private collection, Arizona. The word “heishi” means “shell,” although today it is often used to describe the cut style of beads which are small, flat, disc-shapes. It is not uncommon to hear the phrase “turquoise heishi,” for example.

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