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Navajo Turquoise Jacla

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Navajo turquoise and heshi Jacla with pink spiney oyster beads. Jacla is Navajo for "ear string" . The two hoops would be removed from the necklace and used as earings. That is how the Jacla originated. In the oldest style necklaces, the jacla is a pair of loop earrings tied onto the necklace. Most jaclas have tabular pieces in the bottom center that are called “corn”.

PERIOD: First Half 20th Century

ORIGIN: Southwest - Navajo, Native American

SIZE: 19"

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