Anasazi Pottery Shard by Shoal Pendant is limited to one-of-a-kind.
Anasazi Pottery Shard is a very unusual piece of material. The earliest time of these people goes back to AD 1500. They are known as the Basket Maker period. Today’s Pueblo culture developed from a later stage. This shard is dark brown. It is surrounded by tan and gold beads. The accent in green is for color. A Kumihimo braid is the neckwear, also in green, tan and gold cords.
All beads on my woven bead pendants are hand sewn on. This hand sewing creates the design as well as prevents them from coming off. The final backing hides all of the stitching. In warm temperatures and/or dry heat, any glue will become soft.
I have no earrings available for this pendant.
A kumihimo cord in tan, gold, and green is the neckwear with a lobster claw fastener.
Gold beads create the bail.
Around the neck is 22 inches (55.88 cm). The pendant dangle is 5 inches (12.7 cm)
and the width is 2.5 inches (6.35 cm).
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