Naja Sterling Silver Navajo Pendant Necklace
Naja (pronounced na-ha) is a Navajo word for "crescent" and comes in the form of an upside-down moon shape. The Naja is a symbol of protection and was originally used by the Spanish as a bridle ornament to protect both horse and rider.
It's a popular shape in Southwestern jewelry, particularly in Native American squash blossom necklaces.
This particular necklace was made by Navajo Silversmith, Sharon McCarthy of New Mexico.
- Made in the USA
- Sterling silver pendant
- Natural stone dyed for color
- Pendant size: 1.5" x 1"
- 10" drop
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