This beautiful Chat Chat Necklace was hand-crafted by Tuareg silversmiths of the Koumama tribe of the North Sahara from 99% pure silver and Onyx beads. Silver is said to bring good luck and happiness. The symbolic patterns etched on each piece hold deep tribal significance. The Chat Chat Necklace is traditionally given to a Tuareg girl as a "first necklace". It is given by a groom to his future bride as a promise of marriage. The triangles signify the tent the girl will make for her family. The triangle shape is considered a source of protection and good luck. They represent the life-giving power of women and nature and embody the very essence of female divinity. They are a symbol of femininity reflecting the matriarchal aspect of Tuareg culture. Wear this striking neckalce as a mark of your coming of age as a vibrant young woman, confident, strong and beautiful...both inside and out.©
Fine Silver Tuareg Small Chat Chat Necklace
Bead type - Onyx
Necklace length - 17.5"
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