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
This lovely and graceful adjustable tribal necklace made from coyote teeth will allow you to showcase a novel and refreshingly eye-catching festive look. Handcrafted from genuine coyote teeth, this necklace pays homage to the traditions of indigenous Native American tribal groups while also bringing its wearer good fortune.
This exquisite Artesania Los Molinos necklace is truly one-of-a-kind. It is not only adored by many because of its stunning look, but for its durability and strength. It is handwoven with beeswax-treated waxed cord, solid stainless steel beads, natural white coyote teeth, and turquoise heishi beads. Stainless steel beads are used to make the necklace super strong. It is used to make the lobster closure as well for the same reason. As all the materials are of supreme quality, the necklace is undoubtedly pretty durable, waterproof, and easily adjustable. They are practically unbreakable as people who permanently wear them for years also find them looking as good as new.
You can choose between larger turquoise beads and smaller turquoise beads for your necklace. The teeth used in these necklaces are generally larger, around 3-4 cm. You can also choose the length of the accessory in inches or cms. The lovely neck piece comes in at a pretty reasonable price and the free gift packaging is available for every order. You only need to pay the shipping price for the first order and the later orders arrive free of shipping cost.
Length of TEETH is approx 3.2 cm up to 4.2 cm / 1.26 inch up to 1.65 inches
Significance of coyote tooth:
Coyotes are not endangered. These teeth come from the rangers and farmers trying to control the population of coyotes against massive overpopulation.
Indiscriminately killing coyotes does not reduce their populations- in fact it can have the opposite effect. (www.proyectcoyote.org).