Bone mala beads with inlay Brass, Coral, and Turquoise.
The pendant is an ethnic tribal Tibetan Naga Conch Shell in embellished Brass Inlayed with Turquoise and Coral. White Conch shells are harvested mainly from the sea coasts of India and Pakistan. Conch shells have been used as ornaments in Nepal, Tibet, India and Burma for over 4000 years. They are mainly favored by Naga people, an ethnic group comprising of several tribes native to the northeastern part of India and north-western Myanmar (Burma).
Materials: inlayed bone, conch shell, silver clasp
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