This is the ultimate Boho accessory, wear it with anything to give your look a vibe that's both earthy and refined.
This necklace is custom made for you! Choose your arrowhead color, your chain type in either; antique brass or silver plated or copper. Wear it at the heart or at the belly button, your chain length choice, too! (Please message me for custom, chain length.)
Native American Indians were a deeply spiritual people and they communicated their history, thoughts, ideas and dreams from generation to generation through Symbols and Signs such as the Arrowhead symbol. Native American symbols are geometric portrayals of celestial bodies, natural phenomena, everyday objects and animal designs. The meaning of the Arrowhead symbol was to signify alertness. NOTE: The flint-like materials (such as chert) are mainly made from Silicon dioxide (SiO2) which is also known as silica. "Chert" is created when microscopic single-celled algae die and their silica rich skeletons fall to the ocean floor and dissolve and reform.
For black arrowheads you will get an obsidian,
"Obsidian" can be found near old lava flows because it is essentially a natural glass. It can be found where lava contacted water, or where it cooled while airborne or along the edges of a lava flow. Obsidian is susceptible to weathering and as such it is rarely older than a few million years.
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Arrowhead: 1x1" / 3cm
Message us for custom lengths or you will get a
Chain total length*: 30" = chain fall*:15" Chain total length: 76cm = chain fall: 38cm (Please message me for different chain lengths, for no extra charge)
*Total Chain Length, is measured with the chain stretched out from tip to tip. *Chain Fall, is measured from the back of the neck to the end of the arrowhead point, where it sits at the chest area.
For hand-painted or marble painted, please add color choices in the "message to seller" area
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Will arrive in 3 days, shipped via priority mail in the US and 6-9 days Internationally