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Shaman Red Hmong Necklace

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Destination: Hanoi, Vietnam

This brass necklace was crafted by the Hmong, a fiercely independent hill tribe found in the North of Vietnam. Known for their unique design style, the necklace’s multiple bands are hollow, held together by two clasps and decorated with traditionally turned ends. The red tie recalls the red string that the shaman would lay on the floor to find his or her way back to human ground. The necklace looks stunning worn or mounted as a piece of art.


The Hmong tribe are thought to have originated in central Asia, the area of present-day Mongolia. Having settled in southern China, the Hmong rebelled against government persecution in the 1800s and migrated into t... Read More

Details and Dimensions

8" diameter 

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