Made by Suzon, this necklace features The Venus of Willendorf. First discovered in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, are traditionally referred to in archaeology as "Venus figurines", due to the widely-held belief that depictions of nude women with exaggerated sexual features represented an early fertility fetish, perhaps a mother goddess.
The necklace is beaded with Unakite stone, wooden beads, and carved bone. Necklace is strung with elastic cord and measures 17 inches around. There no closures, place over head for wear.