Native American Necklace, Natural Tooth Necklace, Shaman Necklace, Tribal Necklace, Coyote Tooth Necklace, Wild Free Spirit Necklace 1pc
Pendant height: 4 Centimeters
Materials: Bone & horn, Stainless steel, Stone
Made to Order
Native American Necklace, Natural Tooth Necklace, Shamanic Necklace, Tribal Necklace, Coyote Tooth Necklace, Wild Free Spirit Necklace 1pc
⇺This listing is for necklaces made with larger teeth 3-4 cm.⇺
⇺ American Necklace, Natural Tooth Necklace, Shamanic Necklace, Tribal Necklace, Coyote Tooth Necklace, Wild Free Spirit ⇻
I started to make these necklaces many years ago, they were and still are very favourite among many of my costumers and friends, not just because of theirs stunning look , but also because of amazing durability and strenght.
We are not Native American Indians, but we truly love Native American Culture, Art and Wisdom, so we love to design jewelery inspired by these amazing tribes.
These necklace are hand-woven with the best quality black waxed cord, turquoise heishi beads and round stainless steel beads. I use stainless steel to make necklaces super strong, I also use stainless steel for lobster closure.
These necklaces are practically unbreakable, some of my friends are wearing them permanently more than five years and necklaces still look like new.
You can choose between two types of necklaces- with larger turquoise beads ý mm( this listing ) or smaller turquoise beads ( another listing).
You also choose the length in inches or centimeters. ( 14 inches=36 cm, 16 inches=41 cm, 18 inches=46 cm, 20 inches´51 cm, 22 inches=56 cm, 24 inches = 61 cm).
....I keep the price very low to make this necklace afordable for all who love it....
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⇺Please remember, you only pay shipping for the first item, any other items are free shipping :)
Coyotes are not endangered. These teeth come from the rangers and farmers trying to control the population of coyotes against massive overpopulating.
Indiscriminately killing coyotes does not reduce their populations- in fact it can have the opposite effect. (www.proyectcoyote.org).
Length of TEETH is approx 3.2 cm up to 4.2 cm / 1 ,26 inch up to 1,65 inches.
⇻PLEASE REMEMBER YOU ONLY PAY SHIPPING FOR THE FIRST ITEM, SO IF YOU ORDER MORE TEEPEES OR ANY OTHER ITEMS FROM THE SHOP, IT IS FREE SHIPPING ! :)
......We are not Native American Indians, but we TRULY LOVE Native American Culture, Art and Wisdom, so we love to design TEEPEES AND JEWELLERY inspired by these amazing tribes......... MITAKUYE OYASIN....♡
“Everything an Indian does is in a circle, and that is because the power of the World always works in circles, and everything tries to be round . . . The sky is round and I have heard the earth is round like a ball, and so are all the stars. The wind in its greatest power whirls, birds make their nest in circles, for theirs is the same religion as ours. The sun comes forth and goes down again in a circle. The moon does the same and both are round. Even the seasons form a great circle in their changing, and always come back again to where they were. Our teepees were round like the nests of birds. And they were always set in a circle, the nation’s hoop.”
― Chief Black Elk
EAGLE AS A SYMBOL
Both Bald and Golden Eagles (and their feathers) are highly revered and considered sacred within American Indian traditions, culture and religion. They are honored with great care and shown the deepest respect. They represent honesty, truth, majesty, strength, courage, wisdom, power and freedom.
ARROWS IN NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURE
The arrow was very important to the Native Indians.
... Arrows also signified direction, force, movement, power and direction of travel.
When an arrow pointed to the left it meant warding off evil, pointing to the right meant protection and an arrow pointing down meant peace.
TEEPEE AS A SYMBOL
Teepees provide shelter, warmth, and family and community connectedness.
They are still used today for ceremonies and other purposes.
There is special meaning behind their creation and set up.
For spiritual purposes, the tipi's entrance faces the East and the back faces the West.