Jacla style necklaces were traditionally worn by Rio Grande Pueblo Native Americans in the early 20th century. Traditionally, the two loops would be tied to the necklace and then removed to be worn as earrings by guys and gals, alike. Pre-1950s, the Jacla was tied at the bottom, rather than strung as a part of the necklace, as seen here. Made with white spiny oyster shell at the bottom center or the "corn", heishe beads and red trade beads at the top.
- Traditional Pueblo heishe bead Jacla necklace
- Jacla is tied at the bottom like many pre-1950s necklaces
- White spiny oyster shell corn, red trade beads, and turquoise beads
- Natural cut turquoise stones
Materials: Turquoise, Trade Beads, White Oyster Shell, String
Dimensions: 13.5 drop | Jacla: 10"
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