This looks to have been a bolo tie and was professionally converted. Thank you for supporting authentic Native American art. Please measure your wrist, decolletage, finger, and waist, or use an old bracelet, necklace, bolo tie, belt, and so on, to determine your size. All items in our store are preowned, and in vintage-used condition.Minor wear, light surface scratches, and other common conditions in used items should be expected. Please allow for some variation in color. We attempt to capture the actual color of the stones/shells to the best of our ability, but cameras, lighting, and monitors may not portray the exact color. When the color in the photos is significantly different from the original, we will add that information to "additional notes" at the bottom of the listing.
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The seller is "goesaround2014" and is located in Las Vegas, Nevada. This item can be shipped to United States.