Add vibrant color and vintage beauty to any neckline with this exquisite 1930s turquoise 'Jacla' necklace.
"Jacla" refers to the sacred corn revered by the Santo Domingo Pueblo. In this one-of-a-kind necklace from the thirties, two strands of hand-cut, pump-drilled turquoise heishi mingle with clam shell jacla beads, representing corn, and coral. Handcrafted beads of sterling silver and mother of pearl finish the necklace which fastens with a sterling silver hook and eye. Made in USA. 3/8" at widest point. 20-1/2"L.