Wampum in vibrant purple. The shells are set in swirly silvertone, not marked 925 but could be.
Each wampum is unique with its own variegated color pattern.
No chips or cracks, highly collectible.
"Wampum beads had a lot of significance in ancient history because the process of making them was strenuous. Once the round clam shells were acquired, they were broken into purple or white cubes. White wampum was a symbol of peace while purple wampum was a symbol of more serious matters."