Native American Beaded Necklaces

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These hand beaded items are not intended for children age 13 and under. Only one of each item is available.

This 6-strand choker matches and was made to work with Sharon’s cascade necklace (below), but it makes a beautiful statement on its own. It contains six stand of natural white bone hair pipe beads accented with white leather spacers, plus turquoise and silver tone roundels. A teardrop shaped turquoise pendant hangs from a delicate chain of natural bone hair pipe and roundel beads. Finished with white leather ends and ties, the choker measures 1-1/4" wide x about 13-1/4" long without the pendant; including the 1-3/8" long pendent it is 4" long in front. The ties are 8” long so the choker should fit most necks. Click on the image to see a larger picture. Pop-ups must be enabled. $385.00

a3333 6-strand bone hair pipe/turquoise choker with teardrop turquoise pendant
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a3333 6-Strand Hair Pipe/Turquoise Choker w/Turq. Pendant $385.00

A Sharon Trudeau original—her cascade necklace made of natural bone hair pipe beads accented with turquoise beads and silver tone roundels. The four-strand necklace measures 3/4″ wide and falls in a shimmering cascade below the waist onto your hips. About 30″ long from the back of the neck to the bottom of the necklace. Click on the image to see a larger picture. Pop-ups must be enabled. $685.00

a3281 Trudeau bone hair pipe bead and turquoise cascade necklace a3281 Trudeau bone hair pipe bead and turquoise cascade necklace, detail
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a3281 Trudeau Cascade Necklace $685.00


*About Sharon Trudeau:
 Sharon is better known by her Odawa name Waawaaskonenhens. She was born to the Three Fires Odawa Nation in Canada, part of the Wikwemikong unceded Reserve---a place known world-wide for beautiful artwork. At an early age, Sharon began creating works of art using pencils, pen, charcoal, pastel and paints. Mid-way through life, Sharon chose to put down her pencils and brushes and pick up a beading needle. Today she creates unique, one-of-a-kind pieces combining traditional designs and materials with a contemporary feel. A member of the IACA, Sharon is an award-winning, juried artist whose pieces incorporate bone, horn, shell, deerskin, stones and other natural materials.

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