Black Necklace with Silver Pendant and Agate Stone Beads from Afghanistan, 1960s
Assembled vintage tribal necklace from Afghanistan. The silver pendant and beads are from 1960s and the black glass beads and agate stone beads are newer, from circa 1980s.
Intricate 1950s Jade and Silver Pendant from Taxco
Gorgeous sterling silver and jade Mexican pendant made in Taxco. The focal point of this exquisite piece is a beautiful jade face that is surrounded by an intricate looped network of heavy solid sterling silver.
Traditional Tribal Necklace from the Miao people, Hunan, China, 1950s
This vintage tribal necklace is from the Miao people of Hunan, China. It was made circa 1950 of a mixture of high quality white metals. It is a large, intricately crafted, magnificent piece, perfect for show-stopping wear or as a unique wall hanging.
1960s Coin and Beaded Vintage Necklace from Ecuador
This is a beautiful necklace made from orange seed beads and old coins. It was made circa 1960 and is from Ecuador.
Antique Sterling Silver Mexican Cross Necklace
This stunning antique sterling silver cross necklace was made in the south of Mexico. The necklace is comprised of a 5 piece cross and a very long, hand-wrought, linked chain. Each piece is hand-hammered and etched with lovely graphic and curvilinear designs.
Gorgeous Tribal Thai Solid Metal Roped Neckpiece with Dragon Clasps
This vintage Thai necklace is about 60 years old, and is made of solid, heavy mixed metal. It has exquisitely modeled dragon head end pieces, that clasp to an intricately wrapped metal piece to close. It is in excellent vintage condition.
Vivid Orange, Black, and White Nagaland Beaded Necklace
This bold tribal necklace is composed of orange, black, and white glass beads and made in by Nagaland, India.
Unique Vintage Nagaland Necklace with Orange Beads and Sculptural Claws
This vintage Nagaland necklace is made with beautiful orange beads and features two clawlike metal sculptural elements.
Pre-Columbian Money Necklace
This unusual necklace is made from very thin Pre-Columbian copper plates, which were once used as digging tools, as well as money, apple coral, coral, brass, shell, and ostrich eggshell. It is perfect as a statement piece, or a collector’s item.
11 in x 6 in