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Ramona Bird, Santo Domingo
10-Strand Heishi Necklace

HK Item #NH1038

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Authentic Native American Shell Heishi 10 Strand 25 inch Necklace by Santo Domingo artisan Ramona Bird - overview

length
25 inches end to end
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3/32" diameter heishi
stones
white clam shell, olive shell,  Read about stones 
sterling silver,
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artist
Ramona Bird, Santo Domingo

Authentic Native American Shell Heishi 10 Strand 25 inch Necklace by Santo Domingo artisan Ramona Bird

Authentic Native American Shell Heishi 10 Strand 25 inch Necklace by Santo Domingo artisan Ramona Bird

Sterling silver cone ends with hook clasp.

Authentic Native American Shell Heishi 10 Strand 25 inch Necklace by Santo Domingo artisan Ramona Bird


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Ramona Bird, Santo Domingo
10-Strand 25" Heishi Necklace

NH1038 - $300 plus s/h
(ONLY ONE AVAILABLE)

Authentic Native American Shell Heishi 10 Strand 25 inch Necklace by Santo Domingo artisan Ramona Bird

Authentic Native American Shell Heishi 10 Strand 25 inch Necklace by Santo Domingo artisan Ramona Bird

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What is heishi?

Santo Domingo Pueblo artists are famous for their skill in making hand rolled and cut beads known as heishi. Made from shell, turquoise, and other stones, they are painstakingly cut by hand into delicate beads and strung on necklaces.

Read more about heishi here: All About Heishi.

About Olive Shell

Olive shells are mollusks found mostly in warm tropical seas. These snails are carnivorous sand-burrowers, feeding mostly on bivalves and carrion and are known as some of the fastest burrowers among snails. An olive shell is smooth, and oval-shaped with various muted but attractive colors, and often patterns.The shell surface is extremely glossy because in life it almost always covered and protected by a mantle.

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