Native American Beaded Necklaces

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This hand beaded jewelry is not intended for children age 13 and under. Only one of each item is available.

Canadian Odawa artist Sharon Trudeau* is earning a reputation for unique, fashion-conscious bead jewelry. She works both with Delica seed beads and with bone hair pipe beads. All of the gemstones used in her work are natural semi-precius stones or chalk turquise. Below are some of her hair pipe bead choker necklaces, traditional with a central abalone shell medallion, and contemporary with a beaded chain and pendant. Every piece of Sharon's high quality jewelry reflects her commitment to her art.

Artist Sharon Trudeau (Odawa Canada) made this 4-strand choker using bone hair pipe beads, chalk turquoise beads and silver tone roundels. The choker has a natural buffalo tooth pendant on a beaded chain, and white leather spacers, ends and ties. Measuring 7/8" wide x 13-7/8" long without the leather ties, the choker will fit most necks. Click on the image to see a larger picture. Pop-ups must be enabled. $124.00

a3205 Bone hair pipe/chalk turquoise choker w/buffalo tooth pendant
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a3205 Hair Pipe/Chalk Turq./Buffalo Tooth Choker $124.00

This 4-strand choker was made by Canadian Odawa Sharon Trudeau using natural bone hair pipe beads, turquoise beads and silver tone roundels. Sharon uses a natural dye to give the hair pipe beads an antique look. The choker is finished with a 1" diameter abalone shell medallion and light gold spacers, ends and ties to coordinate with the beads. Measuring about 3/4" wide x 13-7/8" long, the choker comes with 7" long leather ties to fit most necks.Click on the image to see a larger picture. Pop-ups must be enabled. $210.00

a3335 Bone hair pipe/turquoise choker
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a3335 Hair Pipe/Turquoise Traditional Choker $210.00


*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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