Tuareg Necklace - Moroccan Onyx Necklace - Tribal Belly Dance Necklace - Tuareg Oval Agate

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Item No: JNM0193
Country of Origin: Morocco
Materials: Glass, Mixed Metals
Condition: New
Qty in Stock: 1


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Tuareg beaded necklace from Morocco with large pendant featuring natural stone.  Beaded strand of black glass beads and small metal tube beads.  Lovely Tuareg pendant is in a traditional oval shape with etched designs encircling an onyx stone. There is a Tifinagh signature by the artist who made it on the back of the pendant.  This piece is new.  

Tifinagh is a script used to write the Berber languages. The Tuareg are a nomadic Berber people, primarily based in the Sahara. The Tuareg are also known as the Blue People because of their indigo-rich clothing. They principally inhabit the Sahara in a vast area stretching from far southwestern Libya to southern Algeria, Niger, Mali, Burkina Faso and into Nigeria. Traditionally they are nomadic pastoralists. Their jewelry is distinctive for the use of geometric shapes and incised designs that have a timeless appeal.

Total Necklace Length: About 20 inches
Pendant Size:  About 2.75 inches long (including large bale at the top) and about 1.5 inches wide
Closure:  Hook and ring
Materials: Glass and mixed metal beads, stone and mixed metal pendant
Bead Color:  Black, silvery
Pendant Metal Color: Silvery
Metal Finish: Polished
Lovely traditionally shaped pendant in onyx. 
Metal may be "Tuareg silver", a mixture of silver with copper, bronze or other metals.

Please check photos carefully for condition. You will receive the exact piece shown in the photos on this page. This is a new piece that has been brought to you from Morocco.  Although it is "new" and not previously owned, it may have traveled through many hands to reach you.  

A NOTE ON THE CONDITION OF TRIBAL ITEMS: Our new jewelry is tribal jewelry or newly made jewelry from tribal craftsmen in faraway lands. The condition of our items will reflect their prior travels through many hands before arriving at The Red Camel. There may be small flaws here and there that reflect their journey. We do our best to describe any such flaws that may be present in our items, and we encourage you to read the full description and look at all photos closely to judge the condition of the item for yourself and know exactly what you are ordering. If you have questions about the condition of any item, please ask!  


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