Traditional Turquoise Jacla Necklace



This traditional Jacla is a classic example of a ceremonial style necklace worn by Pueblo and Navajo peoples of the Southwest. The tabs are Kingman stabilized turquoise and strung with Olive Shell Heishe. Jacla refers to the double strand of Kingman turquoise “pendants” that dangle at the bottom of the two strand necklace. Click on the second photo for a glimpse of what might be worn on a “Pueblo Feast Day”.

Artist: Unknown
Circa: 1970’s
Length: 28 1/2″
Jacla: 5″ loops
Tabs: ~10 x 18 to ~8 x 18 mm
Heishe: 3mm
*One of a Kind!


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