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Group of four (4) carved ethnic necklaces, possibly South Pacific. 1st item: A seashell and seed necklace strung on dark string. 2nd item: A carved bone and bead necklace having central carved bone pendant with dual fish carving, on black cord, 3rd item: A wood and silver metal beaded necklace with central carved wooden figural pendant on leather cord and 4th item: A New Zealand Maori Hei-tiki amulet, carved from whalebone with abalone shell eyes by Bill Rawhiti. Receipt from original purchase accompanies this necklace. Strung with twisted cord for wearing as a necklace. Amulet measures 4 1/2". Necklaces range in size from 14" H to 22" H, folded. All 20th century. Provenance: the estate of Mrs. Adna Godfrey Wilde, Jr. (Sara Joan Wilde), Colorado Springs, CO. CONDITION: All overall good condition with general wear.