These are beautiful Native American turquoise, mother of pearl and coral jacla. A traditional Pueblo jewelry adornment, a jacla is two loops of heishi that were originally earrings and sometimes fastened to the bottom of a stone necklace as a pendant-like attachment.
They are 5″ long, with coral tubes, 4-8mm wide turquoise heishi, and 13.7 mm mother of pearl beads at the bottom. They weigh 34.9 grams.
They are in excellent estate condition.
These came from an large collection of Native American jewelry from an estate in Southern Pines, N.C.