Necklace, Squash Blossom, Turquoise, Roadrunners, Vintage

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The Hopi and other Pueblo tribes believe that roadrunners are protective medicine birds that throw off evil spirits because their unusual X-shaped footprints conceal the direction the bird is headed.  This vintage squash blossom necklace has these protective Southwest birds in spades starting with sixteen in the traditional blossom placement and ending with a large chaparral as the naja.  

Full disclosure: this necklace is German silver and does not test out to sterling.

Collected from a Hollywood estate

Vintage 1970

in stock
All returns on jewelry subject to exchange or store credit only

as sample