Vintage Sterling Silver Native American Heishi Necklace Turquoise Santo Domingo

Vintage Sterling Silver Native American Heishi Necklace Turquoise Santo Domingo
Vintage Sterling Silver Native American Heishi Necklace Turquoise Santo Domingo
Vintage Sterling Silver Native American Heishi Necklace Turquoise Santo Domingo
Vintage Sterling Silver Native American Heishi Necklace Turquoise Santo Domingo
Vintage Sterling Silver Native American Heishi Necklace Turquoise Santo Domingo
Vintage Sterling Silver Native American Heishi Necklace Turquoise Santo Domingo
Vintage Sterling Silver Native American Heishi Necklace Turquoise Santo Domingo
Vintage Sterling Silver Native American Heishi Necklace Turquoise Santo Domingo
Vintage Sterling Silver Native American Heishi Necklace Turquoise Santo Domingo
Vintage Sterling Silver Native American Heishi Necklace Turquoise Santo Domingo
Vintage Sterling Silver Native American Heishi Necklace Turquoise Santo Domingo
Vintage Sterling Silver Native American Heishi Necklace Turquoise Santo Domingo

Vintage Sterling Silver Native American Heishi Necklace Turquoise Santo Domingo
Hand Carved Santo Domingo Pueblo American Indian Work of Art. Rare Turquoise 5 strand graduated hand carved Heishi necklace with sterling silver round and tubular beads in each strand.

Unique piece, authentic, real turquoise. Extremely collectible and impossible to find unadulterated turquoise supplies are growing scarce. Necklace is strung on orginal string. A Brief History of the Santo Domingo Pueblo. Santo Domingo Pueblo or Khe-wa as it is known to its residents, lies between Albuquerque and Santa Fe along the Rio Grande.

Santo Domingo is recognized in Pueblo country as perhaps the most conservative of the Pueblos, with some of the richest traditions. At the time of Oñates entry into New Mexico in 1598, several Pueblo communities rested near or directly on the route that would become the Camino Real. Oñates journal recounts the expeditions visits to several Native communities, including the village of Santo Domingo. This pueblo would become one of several headquarters of the Spanish colonial mission system in the newly established province of New Mexico and a significant location of Pueblo resistance against Spanish hegemony during the Pueblo Revolt and during the Re-conquest.

After the Spanish established San Gabriel they designated Santo Domingo as the headquarters of the province of the Queres [Keres] which included the neighboring pueblos of San Felipe and Cochiti, and eventually became the primary headquarters for the Franciscan supervisor in 1610 when the Spanish capital was moved from San Gabriel to Santa Fe. The item "VINTAGE STERLING SILVER NATIVE AMERICAN HEISHI NECKLACE TURQUOISE SANTO DOMINGO" is in sale since Sunday, September 22, 2019. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Necklaces & Pendants". The seller is "4744366" and is located in Andover, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped worldwide.


Vintage Sterling Silver Native American Heishi Necklace Turquoise Santo Domingo


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