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Vintage Jade Mayan chief necklace

Vintage Jade Mayan chief necklace Beautiful Sterling silver handcrafted in Mexico necklace with carved jade Aztec/Mayan chief mask for center peice. Made before 1948, but not sure of exact year. Stamped: " made in Mexico Sterling " Perfect vintage condition. I haven't cleaned it but will for a serious buyer only, as some like to preserve the patina of the necklace. 19" long Vintage Jewelry Necklaces

Democratic Republic of Congo | Chief's necklace from the Pende people of Kwango or Kwilu; ivory mask combined with blue glass beads

Turquoise Necklace, Moon Necklace, Moon Mask Necklace, Native American Jewelry Shaman Necklace American Indian Necklace Shaman Mask Necklace

Native American Moon Necklace Pacific Northwest Native American Coast Salish Moon Mask, hand carved by A. George, grand nephew of Chief Dan

Gilded cartonnage funerary mask of Thuya From her tomb in the Valley of the Kings Thuya was the mother of Queen Tiy (principal wife of Amenhotep III) Cairo Museum

Turquoise Necklace, Moon Necklace, Moon Mask Necklace, Native American Jewelry Shaman Necklace American Indian Necklace Shaman Mask Necklace

Native American Moon Necklace Pacific Northwest Native American Coast Salish Moon Mask, hand carved by A. George, grand nephew of Chief Dan

Turquoise Necklace, Moon Necklace, Moon Mask Necklace, Native American Jewelry Shaman Necklace American Indian Necklace Shaman Mask Necklace

Native American Moon Necklace Pacific Northwest Native American Coast Salish Moon Mask, hand carved by A. George, grand nephew of Chief Dan

‘Have a Nice Day, You Stupid Motherfucker!’ T-Shirt by Rev. Shakes Spear

--Have a Nice Day, You Stupid Motherfucker!-- Listen up, Brothers & Sisters! I'm not going to lie to you. Not now. Not never! I've seen a lot of design in my day, believe that! Why, when I was a lad, I visited Chief Lelooska & saw ancient artifact & pictographs, tribal masks & awesome EAGLE CLAW necklaces! But nothing says more in a simple image than THIS! -- I saw the Chief at the Bowling Alley once, too. It wasn't quite as glamorous as an Indian Lodge. And I think the Chief needed some…

Book by jewellery expert Diana Scarisbrick explores the significance of rings through the ages

As one of the chief amusements of society, the masquerade provided a theme. This gold and silver ring circa 1750 displays a face covered by a white mask, eyes set with rose-cut diamonds, surrounded by an open border of rubies and diamonds in petal-shaped collets.