Naja pendant featuring three black onyx stones. Pendant measures 1 1/2" in length and strung on your choice of a 16" (pictured) or 20" sterling silver chain.
The Naja can be traced to the Moors of Spain during the Middle Ages, who considered It a good luck charm to ward off the evil eye. It is believed that the symbol of the Naja was handed down from Spain to Central and South America, where it made its way to Navajo Indians. The Navajo feature the Naja prominently in their metalwork, particularly in ornate squash blossom necklaces.
Finished with a black patina and brought to a shine. Stamped with my makers mark "M.GIRARD" and ".925" sterling silver.
Only ONE available on a 20" chain and ready to ship USPS priority mail with tracking.