Good juju abounds in this magical tribal necklace. Vintage, this piece hails from the Fulani tribe in Nigeria, West Africa. Small tile glass beads are strung into quite an exquisite necklace, complete with brass bells on the ends of each strand. This is a power piece if I've ever seen one. When you walk with this on, the bells move against your chest and jingle the most incredibly magical jingle.
Approximate 25 strands of beads are gathered at the back of the neck and in the front, with large-hole beads.
This necklace ties on with a cotton cord in the front. It measures approximately 34" long from end to end, so it hangs at about 17" on your neck.
The Fulani Tribe makes some of the most incredible beadwork I have ever seen. This necklace will be that piece that stops traffic. It is that special.
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