Turtle shell beads Maya Classic This jadeite carved turtle shell. A number of these turtle shells have been found in Dzinbanche in the Maya coastal area of Quintana Roo, Mexico. It represents the number zero. They date to the Maya...
Fun and lively necklace of soft blue green spheres strung with multi strands of colorful gemstone chips of jasper, lapis lazuli, turquoise and brushed gold vermeil beads.
Versatil Precolombian style necklace strung with dark green jade tubes and rock crystal. The tassels on the ends represented sacred corn. It can be worn tied in front of back or wound around the neck.