Naga Shell Necklace
The Naga people of the northern reached of India were the last known head-hunters in the world. The ritualistic practice was abolished in the 70s and the practice no longer exists, but there is a rich history of shamanistic practices that still exists. This necklace has all the rich patina of the years it has spent traversing the wilds of Nagaland.
Material: Glass, hemp, shell, bronze
Measurements: interior circumference 31", shell pendant 4"