This is a Pre-Columbian NUEVA CADIZ Necklace made of OLD TRADE BEADS (Early Spanish Contact Beads the Spaniards traded to the American Indians). The necklace measures about 20" long ( 51.0 cm ) and it is made of 17 Blue Nueva Cadiz, 36 Chevrons, 10 Pre-Columbian White / Brownish round beads, 3 clear Chavin Quartz, 2 green beads, and 2 white beads.
This is a TAQUILE Necklace from Puno, Peru, made of 7 Sterling Silver Balls and colorful Llama Wool String. It measures about 22" long ( 55.8 cm ). Taquile is one of the most visited Islands in Lake Titicaca where the Uros (its inhabitants) wear very colorful and traditional clothing, speak Quechua, and promote their crafts and lifestyle.
This is a Pre-Columbian NUEVA CADIZ Necklace made of OLD TRADE BEADS. The necklace measures about 28" long ( 71.1 cm ) and it is made of 22 Turquoise Nueva Cadiz Beads (some of these are twisted, some are straight) and Spondylus, Chaquira, and Turquoise Beads. Please note that this necklace has one Nueva Cadiz Bead with White Stripes and another one with Dark Stripes.
This is a Pre-Columbian MOCHE Seashell Bracelet from Peru, A.D. 100 - 800. It measures about 8" long ( 20.3 cm ) with the Llama string, otherwise the 6 seashells together measure about 4" long ( 10.2 cm ). Each seashell measures about 1/2" X 3/8" ( 1.25 cm X 0.95 cm ).