Kewa, or Santo Domingo Pueblo is known for its stone and shell necklaces. This early tab necklace is made up of 3 strands of coral beads and turquoise tabs. Hanging from the necklace are 2 Jacla's. The term Jacla means earstring, as they were made originally to be worn as earrings by both men and women. When not being worn on the ears they were often hung on the end of necklaces and this became a tradition. This necklace is a great example of this tradition and was worn by both Pueblo and Navajo people.
Necklace length without Jaclas: 32"
Jaclas hang about 4 1/2" long below necklace
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