This ceremonial treasure necklace is the work of Navajo Artisan Rethema Tsosie, completely made in the United States. Native Indians would affix their decorative earpieces to the bottom of a treasure necklace until a ceremony would dictate that the earpieces be worn on the ears. The treasures in this necklace are formed from mother-of-pearl, lapis, denim lapis, spiny oyster, jasper, and several of the colors of turquoise. The ends of the strands are finished with tiny heishi beads, with a self-tie closure. Navajo Made.