The Naga people of Northeast India and Northwest Burma comprise, united under the name Naga.
Naga jewellery is a craft of Nagaland tribes. Naga jewellery is made from different variety of materials such as carnelian and glass beads, coral, bronze, boar tusks, shells, ivory, conch shells, and cowries. The orange, red, yellow, and blue colours go perfectly together on a single piece.
This earring is specially designed, for modern clothing and accessories with a mixture of Naga tribe traditions.
The Nagaland tribe is one of the tribes of the homeland of 16 prominent tribes. The Nagaland tribe is located in the hills and mountains of the northeastern part of India. The word naga is popularly believed to have originated from the Burmese word na-ka, meaning people with earrings. The people belonging to the era of the Indus Valley Civilization were one of the first jewellery makers.
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