Naja Tie Choker

Naja Tie Choker


Hand-made by a Navajo silversmith, this simple sterling silver naja pendant hangs from a sand colored vintage grosgrain ribbon taken from a vintage cowboy hat.  Najas (pronounced Na-Jah) were fashioned after Spanish horse shoes by the first Navajo silversmiths in the 1800s.


  • Sterling Silver


  • Measures 1.5” in diameter, 1.75” high

Note — Our vintage jewelry items are hand picked for their unique, one-of-a-kind characteristics and are final sale.

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BAM x Gypsy Hunter

Like finding a needle in a stack of needles…’ Christine Mayrina of Gypsy Hunter lends her whimsical, almost psychedelic lens to a collection of one of a kind antique Native American jewelry & home goods sourced specifically for Bliss And Mischief.
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