**Originally Listed At $125**
Pre-Columbian, Ecuador, Manabi culture, ca. 500 BCE to 500 CE. An elegant necklace with a central drop pendant comprised of three petite, ancient pottery spindle whorls in hues of orange, brown, and black. Each spindle whorl depicts an abstract avian figure in low-relief atop a white-colored ground, and a thin sterling silver bar holds the beads in place. The thin chain is also sterling silver, with a suspension loop and lobster clasp on the ends. So lovely and ready to wear! Size of necklace: 16.75" L (42.5 cm); size of central pendant: 1.75" H (4.4 cm); quality of sterling silver: 92.5% or higher.
Provenance: ex-collection of Hank Johnson, HD Enterprise, Denver, Colorado, USA
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