Juniper beads or Cedar beads--sometimes called "Ghost Beads"--are important to our Diné. Wally explains the beads in the video below. Choose from these assorted colors and styles in our brand new earrings.
Our Ghost Bead Artist, Rena Whitehorse, uses cedar beads and glass beads for the colors. The earrings pair very well with our cedar bead necklaces, chokers, and bracelets.
Meet The Artist
Meet Rena, Cedar Bead Artist
Rena is 84 years old. She strings these Cedar Bead Necklaces.
Sometimes Rena uses colored beads. But you can see from our supply that Rena prefers the more traditional look, leaving the necklace plain cedar beads.
Our Diné use these beads in the "Enemy Way" Ceremony.
Traditionally our Diné say Juniper beads provide protection against evil.
Also Called "Ghost Beads" or "Juniper Berry" these necklaces are a staple of Our Diné.
We are always looking for more beads but, grab some while you can. We never know when supplies will run out.
Products That Tell a Story
All of our products tell a story. These products are made to encourage people to share more about themselves. We give a starting place, or we add to what is already there. Encouraging people to pass on their knowledge the traditional way. With heart, meaning, and symbolism.
We guarantee our products to meet and exceed your satisfaction. If for any reason you are not satisfied or if your purchase is defective we will gladly work with you to get a refund or ship out a replacement. Just email firstname.lastname@example.org with your concerns.