Lot of four hand made Mexican folk art style necklaces - each is made of woven waxed cording. The one on far left is just over 15" long and the cords are yellow and black. I do not know what the beads are other than natural materials. The central pendant looks like a tooth but it is not; I think it is carved from white onyx. The second from the left is woven of turquoise blue and brown cords and measures just over 19" long. The central pendant is about 2" in length and a little less in width and features an Aztec looking face with headdress and earrings made of clay. It actually looks very old but probably isn't due to its good condition. The second from right is woven of all dark brown cords and measures about 15.5" long with a central pendant featuring the side view of a Mayan face of clay. It also has two very nice golden colored 1" long beads woven into the cording on either side of the face. The necklace on the far right is a little over 17" long and the cords are two shades of brown. The teardrop shaped central pendant is 2.5" long by about 1.5" wide and looks like a Mayan hieroglyph in clay. All are quite unique, well made, close securely, in excellent condition and worth much more than the starting price. They can be worn by either male or female.