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.
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
African Vintage Tribal Carved Stone Pendant from Ghana
This carved stone pendant has a striking face and simple decorative patterns. It is light and has a hole for necklace, or for hanging it on the wall.
Cylindrical Beaded Nagaland Necklace in Orange and Yellow
This beautiful necklace is made of glass beads and is from Nagaland, India. The beads are cylindrical and alternate between bright orange and bright yellow.
17″ long and ties in the back.
Exquisite Beaded Native American Vintage Belt
This beautiful vintage belt is made from leather that is intricately beaded with black, navy, turquoise, white, green, pink, crimson, purple and silvery beads to create a bold floral and geometric pattern. It is lined on the other side with a black cotton that has ripped off from one side. *Note: there is no fastener currently on the belt
Beaded, Mirrored, and Embroidered Vintage Indian Textile
Gorgeous mirrored and embroidered cushion cover from India.
10″ x 10″ without tassels
13″ x 13″ including tassels
Virgin of Guadalupe with Skull Ex-Voto
Similar in form to the retablo, “ex-votos,” are devotional paintings which offer thanks to a particular saint in the form of a short narrative. The origin of the term is Latin, and means “for solemn vow or promise.” An ex-voto painting is typically comprised of three elements: a scene depicting a tragedy or someone with a grave illness or injury, a depiction of the intervention of a saint on behalf of the afflicted, and an inscription describing the tragic event and which gives thanks for the divine intervention.
The inscription on this piece can be translated:
“My husband was very sick with heart failure. They did a very delicate operation to save his life. I am thankful to the Virgin of Guadalupe for the miracle of saving his life.”