Sandcast Naja Pendant with Silver Herringbone Chain, unknown artist (#92)

Sandcast Naja Pendant with Silver Herringbone Chain, unknown artist
Sandcast Naja Pendant with Silver Herringbone Chain, unknown artist
Sandcast Naja Pendant with Silver Herringbone Chain, unknown artist

Sandcast Naja Pendant with Silver Herringbone Chain, unknown artist (#92)

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Pendant (2" x 3") with chain (4mm, 24")

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The naja symbol is another legacy of the early Spanish explorers and often appeared in the center of their horses’ headstalls. It came from the Moorish occupation of Spain, prior to 1492, and represents the hands of Fatima, meant to ward off the evil eye. This handsome sandcast sterling silver naja hangs from an attractive silver herringbone-pattern chain.


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When and how the Navajo acquired the art of working metals is unknown but there are reasons for supposing that it was introduced among them, or at least more developed and improved upon by them, since the time they have occupied their present country?

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