Pinon and Bead Necklace
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Pinon and Bead Necklace with Cottonwood Carved Arrowhead


Pinon and Bead Necklace with Cottonwood Carved Arrowhead by Hopi John Poleahla Jr.

This simple necklace strung with hematite, shell and glass beads was created by Hopi carver John Poleahla Jr.

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Pinon and Bead Necklace with Cottonwood Carved Arrowhead

Hopi made Necklace with Cottonwood Carved Arrowhead by John Poleahla Jr.

Pinon and bead necklace has a stunning 2″ arrowhead hanging fromthis simple necklace strung with shell, glass beads, hematite, pinon and accented with a cottonwood carved arrowhead was created by Hopi carver John Poleahla Jr. The necklace is 22 inches and the arrowhead hangs 2 inches long.


The usage of all materials: hematite, shell, pinon and glass goes deep into the tradition of spirit and earth.

An accomplished Hopi kachina carver, John Poleahla was especially well-known in the 1980’s. He is also a retired lawyer, and the clan chief of Walpi, on the Hopi reservation. Poleahla lives in Walpi-Polacca, Ariz., where he was born. He often visits schools in Arizona to talk about the Hopi and brings items made by his family, such as kachina dolls. Adrian Poleahla, a fine carver currently working, may be related to him.



22 in. long

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Jewelry plays a large role in Native American culture. It tells stories, holds history, and represents spiritual beliefs and cultures of every tribe across America.

Beginning as early as 12,000 years ago, jewelry-making was unique to the respective geographic area of each tribe, featuring natural materials that could only be found in surrounding environments. This allowed tribes to offer slight variations in designs since the supplies necessary to craft these delicate accessories were major trade items. Jewelry-making has evolved in technique and materials used over the years, but still is a primary focus of Native American culture today.

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