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Ways to Wear a Pendant

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Most Native American pendants are sold without chains because there are many ways to wear pendants.

Personal preference is important but certain pendants look best displayed certain ways.

Using the same pendant below, here are six ways to hang the pendant.
It is our opinion that this particular pendant calls out for beads, a collar or a heavier chain.
This is in part due to the large bail, made for beads.
In addition you can hang a pendant from a nylon or leather choker.

Visit our Bead, Collar and Chain page.

Native American Jewelry and Sterling Silver Chains and Collars
Beads (Navajo Pearls)
Native American Jewelry and Sterling Silver Chains and Collars
Silver Collar
Native American Jewelry and Sterling Silver Chains and Collars
Herringbone Chain
Native American Jewelry and Sterling Silver Chains and Collars
Omega Chain
Native American Jewelry and Sterling Silver Chains and Collars
Snake Chain
Native American Jewelry and Sterling Silver Chains and Collars
Beads and Rods

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