Arrowhead Fossil Sterling Silver Wrapped Pendant Necklace
In the Stone Age, people used sharpened bone, flintknapped stones, flakes, and chips of rock as weapons and tools. Such artifacts can be found all over the world in various locations. Those that have survived are usually made of stone, primarily consisting of flint, obsidian or chert.
This arrowhead was actually found digging around in the dirt. If you’ve ever knelt down to pick up a Native American Indian arrowhead or other Native American artifact from out of the dirt in a field or from out of a creek, then you already know that feeling. You’re one of the lucky ones that has experienced the rush you get when you find that perfect intact Indian arrowhead. Just knowing that what you’re holding in your hand was made by another person hundreds, maybe even thousands of years ago. And to think that the last person to hold that same arrowhead was the person that carefully made it and depended on it. Who was this person? Where did they live? How did they lose it? Were they hunting? Was it lost in battle? The questions are as endless as stories that hide within that one arrowhead.
I wrapped this arrowhead in sterling silver wire as simply as possible using cold forming techniques to keep the highlight on the beautiful ancient stone. The pendant measures approximately 2” from top of bail and comes complete with an 18'' Black Silicone Rubber 2mm Tubing Cord Necklace with Locking Clasp.
NativeAmericans believed that wearing an arrowhead around the neck would offer is protection, courage, and strength. Arrowheads deflect negative energy and are a symbol of power.
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