Native American Indian Jewelry - Santo Domingo Treasure Necklace

Chiclets - In 1906 the American Chicle Company.began making a hard-shelled, candy-coated white peppermint gum called chiclets. By 1920, Chiclets were available in bright colors: yellow, green, orange, red, white, and pink. Native americans, most specifically santo domingo artists, began calling their colorful, multi-stone necklaces “chiclet necklaces”, and it is easy to see why. Read more.

Laura Garcia
Santo Domingo Pueblo
Chiclet Treasure Necklace
HK Item #NT11

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Authentic Native American Santo DomingoTreasure Necklace by Laura Garcia

Length
31 inches end to end
Materials
Olive shell, turquoise, coral, spiny oyster, malachite, charoite, conch shell, white clam shell
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Artist
Laura Garcia, Santo Domingo Pueblo

Authentic Native American Santo DomingoTreasure Necklace by Laura Garcia

    Beautifully strung, hangs very well.

Santo Domingo Treasure Necklace

Sterling silver cone ends.

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Laura Garcia
Authentic Santo Domingo
Chiclet Treasure Necklace

#NT11 - $50 plus s/h
(ONLY ONE AVAILABLE)

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Paula says - This brilliant, joyous treasure necklace is a work of art comprised of many beautiful stones and shells including:

  • Turquoise
  • Spiny Oyster
  • Malachite
  • Conch Shell
  • White Mussel Shell
  • Charoite

Authentic Native American Santo DomingoTreasure Necklace by Laura Garcia

Thick olive shell heishi between stones and shells and at the ends to finish off the neck make for very comfortable wearing.

Santo Domingo Treasure Necklace

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What is heishi?

Native American Jewelry Blog tips and iinformationHeishi means shell and in the past, referred to pieces of shell that have been drilled and hand rolled or ground into bead shapes and strung as necklaces. With the reduced availability of some shell materials, modern Native American artists also use handmade beads of other materials including turquoise and lapis lazuli and other stones when making heishi necklaces. Read more about heishi here: All About Heishi.

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