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Native American Beaded Headband - stretch

Native American Beaded Headband - stretch

Price :
$12.50



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ONLY ONE LEFT: Beaded Headband w/ Elastic & 1-1/2” Rosette- (RED ONLY: )20 inch Stretch
Certain beads, the Native Americans believed, would keep away illness or other disorders. In the same vein, they used beads in healing and curing rituals. Sometimes Native Americans would sacrifice or destroy the beads used during these types of healing or curing ceremonies.

Rites of Passage To commemorate certain rites of passage, such as when a woman had her first menses or was about to get married, Native Americans gave out beaded jewelry. After the events, women would wear beaded necklaces, belts and headbands. Tribe members would often give Dutch glass beads to women as a bridal gift. At funerals, the deceased would wear necklaces, bracelets, rings and headbands given by relatives.