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sb521 Carnelian, Coral Gecko Necklace
$59.00
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Red ocean coral and a beautiful gecko design stand out on this beautifully designed necklace made by Sophia Butterfield. The necklace has onyx "Crazy Horse" and turquoise gemstone beads and nuggets. It also has pink quartz and green aventurine gemstone (natural) beads. 16" long. Shipping is free.
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3cb10002 Turquoise Gemstone Zuni Bear
$109.00
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Native made Cherokee style beaded necklace with large turquoise Zuni bear pendant. Silver bail and clasp. Shipping is free.
nk-r107 Cherokee Made Necklace
$98.00
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Corn Tears necklace made by Louisa Soap, a member of the Cherokee Nation. Legend describes Job tears fruit as being the tears shed on the Trail of Tears.
3cb6107 Cherokee Made Corn Tears Necklace
$110.00
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This is a Trail of Tears necklace made of traditional corn tears, seed beads, coral gemstones and silver beads. It was created by Cherokee Nation Tribal member Marcella Foreman. It was handmade using the traditional corn tears seeds which come from the grass Coix lacryma-jobi growing along the Trail and seed beads like the Cherokees have done for centuries. Shaped like a tear drop, these seeds became symbolic of the tear drops flowing down the faces of the 20,000 Cherokee as they mourned the 4000 lost during the long hard march. The Cherokees began using these seeds to make necklaces symbolizing their tragic removal in 1838 and 1839 from sacred homelands they had occupied since 200BC. 28 inches. Shipping is free.
3cb61014 Cherokee Made Trail of Tears Necklace
$98.00
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A member of the Cherokee Nation Tribe created this pink and yellow seed bead necklace with the traditional Corn Tears seeds makes this beautiful necklace made by Cherokee Indian Louisa Soap. She used actual Jobs Tears seeds. Cherokee legend says that a corn related plant with seeds shaped like tears sprouted along the Trail of Tears, as the Cherokees cried for their people who were dying on the way to the Indian Territory reservation. 33 inches long. Shipping is free.
sb520 Out of stock- Crazy Horse Bead Necklace
$49.00

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Large red coral and turquoise beads accentuate this necklace and the beautiful design includes "Crazy Horse" and pink quartz beads with a leaf pendant. 16" long. Shipping is free.
3cb6102 SOLD-- Corn Tears Necklace
$98.00
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This is a Trail of Tears necklace made of corn tears, seed beads, silver and turquoise beads. It was created by Cherokee Nation Tribal member Marcella Foreman using the traditional corn tears seeds which come from the grass Coix lacryma-jobi growing along the famous Trail and turquoise, pink, black and white seed beads. Shaped like a tear drop, corn seeds became symbolic of the tear drops flowing down the faces of the 20,000 Cherokee as they mourned the 4000 lost during the long hard march. The Cherokees began using these seeds to make necklaces symbolizing their tragic removal in 1838 and 1839 from sacred homelands they had occupied since 200BC. 25 inches. Shipping is free.
14chero9994 Cherokee Made Trail of Tears Necklace
$98.00
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Traditional Corn Tears necklace made by Cherokee Indian Louisa Soap of the Cherokee Nation, Oklahoma. Has actual Job’s Tears seeds, with turquoise and black seed beads. Cherokee legend says that a corn related plant with seeds shaped like tears sprouted along the Trail of Tears, as the Cherokees cried for their people who were dying on the way to the Indian Territory reservation. 21 inches long.