Features this vintage pendant, hand-crafted with solid sterling silver and genuine moss agate by Native American Navajo artist, circa 1960’s, in excellent condition, you can see it’s so rare, just like a small picture of beautiful flower / tree view… Pendant size not including bail: 1 7/16 X 1 1/8. Bail size:10 mm X 7mm. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Necklaces & Pendants”. The seller is “oldpawngenuine68″ and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
This listing features a very unique vintage Navajo ring made of sterling silver and turquoise. If youre looking for something a bit different from the average Navajo ring then look no further. This handcrafted ring features a thick wide band with 4 protruding inlays of the bluest turquoise weve seen in a while. The design is simple with clean lines yet, highly eye catching with the tall raised stones. Each stone is in excellent vintage condition, free from cracks or inclusions, portraying beautiful vivid hues of deep blue Caribbean waters. The two center stones are solid in color while the two outer stones have soft matching matrixes. The stones were hand-cut and polished in different sizes and shapes, leaving the ring with a very primitive look and feel. The shank is solid and hearty being made of heavy gauge solid silver and is perfectly round. This vintage ring will make a fantastic addition to any vintage Native American jewelry collection. Cherish and enjoy this uniquely crafted ring today….. And hand it down to your loved ones in the future so they may have the pleasure you once did. Size – Sits between 8.25 and 8.5 on a ring mandrel. Weight – 10 Grams. Ring face measures – 3/4 wide by 7/16 tall, the face has a thickness of 1/8 with the stones sticking out another 1/4…. Causing the ring face to sit on top of the finger at 3/8 high. Stone measurements – The two middle stones have a height of 1/4 while the two outer stones are slightly shorter… All four stones have a width of approx. 1/8 and a length of 3/8. Band measures – 3/16 wide at back center and gradually widens too 7/16 at the front sides. Signed by Artist – NO. Stamped Sterling – NO, tested and verified. Later Mid-Century, 1980s +. Condition – Preowned, in excellent vintage condition with original stone and slight patina, ready to wear or display. I treat every item as if it were my own. Extra bubble wrap and packing materials are used to ensure a safe arrival to its new owner. Please see all 12 photos!! Enlarge them and study them. Ask any questions you may have. Im always here to help and I respond quickly and nicely. THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING AUTHENTIC NATIVE AMERICAN JEWELRY! The item “Rare Vintage Navajo Sterling Silver Raised Inlay Turquoise Ring UNIQUE” is in sale since Saturday, March 13, 2021. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Rings”. The seller is “native-obsession” and is located in Atkinson, North Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Antigua and barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint kitts and nevis, Saint lucia, Montserrat, Turks and caicos islands, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Sri lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Uruguay, Russian federation.
Features this vintage pendant, hand-crafted with solid sterling silver and genuine moss agate by Native American Navajo artist, circa 1960’s, in excellent condition, you can see it’s so rare, just like a small picture of beautiful flower / tree view… Pendant size not including bail: 1 7/16 X 1 1/8. Bail size:10 mm X 7mm. The item “Rare Unique Vtg GiftNative Navajo Sterling Silver Moss Agate PendantFree Ship” is in sale since Wednesday, November 27, 2019. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Necklaces & Pendants”. The seller is “genuine-old-pawn” and is located in Alhambra, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
Vintage RARE & UNIQUE Native American SCORPION Necklace STERLING SILVER TURQUOISE Signed Native American Master Silversmith LEE PRINCE 1960’s-70’s Era handmade silver beads and sculptural Scorpion Necklace in original and pristine condition with aged patina. Amazingly detailed silver work, large fine gem quality natural turquoise stones and heavy grade sterling silver, tested. I describe everything to the best of my ability and point out any flaws. I will be listing more beautiful fine quality vintage Native American jewelry throughout the week, so please take a minute and have a look to see what turns up…. Thanks for stopping by… RARE & UNIQUE Native American SCORPION Necklace STERLING TURQUOISE 104 gr. Amazingly detailed silver work, large fine gem quality natural turquoise stones and heavy grade sterling silver. Measurements: Length end to end: 29″ Hanging length: 17″ Scorpion Pendant: 3-3/4″ long x 1-3/4″ widest Handmade beads: 7.5 mm Weight: 104.2 grams. More beautiful fine quality vintage Native American jewelry. Throughout the week, so please take a minute and have a look to see what turns up…. Get Supersized Images & Free Image Hosting. Create your brand with Auctiva’s. Attention Sellers – Get Templates Image Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “VTG. RARE & UNIQUE Native American SCORPION Necklace STERLING TURQUOISE 104 gr” is in sale since Saturday, May 30, 2020. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Necklaces & Pendants”. The seller is “flax2goldvintage” and is located in Adams, Tennessee. This item can be shipped worldwide.
D amele Turquoise is Highly sought after by collectors making them extremely valuable. Aka Damele Mine is located in east-central Nevada near the Carico Lake. Markings: Unmarked, Tested, and Guaranteed. Country of Origin: United States – Navajo Nation. Total Weight: 62.1 Grams. 925 Sterling Silver, Base Metal locking slide and caps. Material: Braided leather cord. Main Stone: Damele Turquoise. Main Stone Measurements/Color: 55 mm x 40 mm x 5 mm. Stone Cuts: polished cabochon. Cord width: 5 mm. Pendant: 2.75″ long, 2.0″ wide, 0.37 in depth. The item “Unique Rare Damele Turquoise Sterling Silver Large Bolo Tie” is in sale since Thursday, March 26, 2020. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Other Native American Jewelry”. The seller is “coinsilver2014″ and is located in San Francisco, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
This listing is for a vintage Zuni Native American ring made of sterling silver and turquoise. This is a very rare and unique piece as you can see from the photos. The face of the ring is round in shape and made of solid sterling silver. Several petite point turquoise stones along with one center snake eye stone cover the entire surface taking on a gorgeous sunburst design. Classic silver ropes compliment the circular rows of stones while silver droplets rest between each petite point stone. Each stone resides in a finely etched sawtooth bezel. All of the stones are original and in great condition with the exception of 2 stones with hairline cracks. These particular stones are still very secure in their settings like the rest. They have beautiful colors ranging from light sky blue to dark hunter green, with a few of the stones having natural matrixes. What makes this ring so unique is the band. The band is not your typical center mount. Its made to wear just like any other ring except instead of it laying over the middle of your finger, it rests in between two fingers. The band is very wide and the reason for this is to help hold the ring face in place. I have the ring on my pinky finger in the last photos and you can see how the ring face lays perfectly centered over my two fingers. Its a very comfortable piece considering its design and the width of the band truly helps to hold the ring face in place. Ive never seen a Zuni made ring like this however, Im never surprised when I come across something new and different. Native Americans were always trying out different methods and techniques when making jewelry. Perhaps this wasnt their most popular on demand style, therefore not many were made… Making it rare indeed! This will make a great addition to any collection of fine Native American jewelry and a MUST HAVE for any avid collector…. Not only is it a great conversation piece but its a great piece to wear too! Its very current and would be perfect with todays bohemian trends! Cherish and enjoy this tangible asset for now….. And hand it down to your loved ones in the future. Size – 5.5. Weight – 13.5 Grams. Ring Face Measures – 1-1/4 from side to side/ in diameter. Total Number of Stones – 41 stones; 40 petite point, and 1 snake eye. Petite Point Stones Measure – 1/4 long on the outer row and 3/16 long on the inner row. Snake Eye Stone Measures – 1/16 in diameter. Band Measures – 3/8 wide. Signed by Artist – NO. Stamped Sterling – NO, tested and verified. Later Mid-Century, 1970s-1980s. Condition – Preowned, in very good vintage condition with original stones and patina, ready to wear or display, 2 of the stones have slight inclusions that do not affect the ring or its wearability. I treat every item as if it were my own. Extra bubble wrap and packing materials are used to ensure a safe arrival to its new owner. Please see all 12 photos!! Enlarge them and study them. Ask any questions you may have. Im always here to help and I respond quickly and nicely. THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING AUTHENTIC NATIVE AMERICAN JEWELRY! The item “Rare Vintage Zuni Native American Sterling Silver Turquoise Cluster Ring UNIQUE” is in sale since Monday, April 6, 2020. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Rings”. The seller is “native-obsession” and is located in Atkinson, North Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Costa rica, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint kitts and nevis, Turks and caicos islands, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Uruguay, Russian federation.
Experts in Finding Rare Tribal Art for Your Collecting Interests. AN EXTRAORDINARY ANTIQUE AYMARA INDIAN BLANKET FROM THE BOLIVIAN ALTIPLANO. Origin: Probably southern Pacajes Province, high Altiplano above 12,500 feet, Department of La Paz, Bolivia, South America. This special offer consists of an authentic indigenous Aymara-speaking-Native American hand-woven, warp-faced isi ikiña (also called chusa ikiña) shoulder blanket woven in two pieces that were joined together with a common seam. This is an especially important textile not only for its visual charm but also for its unique, mysterious iconography. This is an awesome tribal blanket for its uncanny similarity to certain mid-to-late-19th century Navajo weavings, known generally as, ¨women´s first phase chief´s blankets¨ (see the last photo in our series). Most Navajo examples are worth about 200 to 300 times the value we have placed on this Aymara example. This beautiful Bolivian specimen, of course, is not a copy or an exact likeness to Navajo examples but it is so similar in certain aspects that an inquiry into such circumstances is warranted. In both, the divided field is filled with dark and light (black and white) stripes of equal width. When worn, the stripes run horizontally around the wearer´s body. Both have dark center bands and dark top and bottom bands. Shades of red are included in the predominant colors. The similarities are obvious. This analogous and extraordinary coincidence begs review on the part of tribal textile scholars to explain these iconographic similarities involving very distinct indigenous Indian groups some 7000 kilometers, or 4300 miles apart. We know that both kinds of textiles come from Native American sources living in desert-like environments; the Bolivian Altiplano physically resembles most of the Navajo Reservation in Arizona. Both groups are horticulturalists and domestic animal herders (the Navajo raise sheep; the Andean Indians raise sheep, llamas and alpacas). Both groups are famous for their weaving arts. Historical evidence suggests that the blankets were produced in traditional, isolated settings with nary possibility of contact between the two ethnic groups during their time frames of production. Thus, explaining why those artistic similarities exist between blankets of distinct American Indian cultures is puzzling and stimulating. There are undoubtedly myriad such similarities among indigenous material culture throughout the world that also beseech serious investigation. This old blanket was woven with stripes of dark brown (blackish), cream, salmon (faded) and berry red (faded) colors. The original center seam joining the two halves is in excellent condition. This textile is well-woven with about 22 warps per inch and 5 1/2 wefts per inch. It is a warp-faced textile woven on a horizontal, staked ground loom with stretched poles traditional Navajo blankets are weft-faced and woven on vertical looms with stretched, horizontal poles. Andean blankets of this age are exceedingly difficult to encounter and are rarely found in this condition. This is a relatively lightweight, beautiful textile that is just a pleasure to behold and examine. It is a very wonderful example of an historic Aymara Indian shoulder blanket that is likely irreplaceable. Please refer to the ANDES AMAZON “DATING” TERMS. Materials: Hand-spun natural and dyed sheep wool. Approximate Size: 67 inches by 59 inches. Condition: EXCELLENT, used condition. The dyed colors have faded significantly from age. There are numerous small and very light use-stains that do not distract significantly from the aesthetics of the blanket. These light stains ARE NOT as apparent ¨in the hand¨ as they might appear in the photos. Nevertheless, professional cleaning would undoubtedly improve the condition. There are no holes or significant worn spots. Please refer to the photos for any minor defects and the ANDES AMAZON TEXTILE “CONDITION” TERMS. The disadvantage is that items will not arrive quickly. Since the shutdown of the U. Government earlier this year, the arrival time to the U. Is now around three weeks and to Europe and Asia is approximately six to eight weeks. Our offices are not in close proximity to international postal service. ANDES AMAZON “DATING” TERMS. PREHISTORIC, PRE-COLUMBIAN, ANCIENT = Before around A. 18TH CENTURY = A. 19th CENTURY = 1800 to 1899. TURN OF THE 19TH CENTURY = 1890 to 1910. EARLY-20TH CENTURY = 1900 to 1933. MID-20TH CENTURY = 1934 to 1966. LATE-20TH CENTURY = 1967 to 1999. TURN OF THE 20TH CENTURY = 1995 to 2005. EARLY-21ST CENTURY = 2000 to Present. ANTIQUE = Over 50 years old. VINTAGE = Over 30 years old. CONTEMPORARY = Made in the last 5 years. CIRCA = Approximately/around/within a few years of. ANDES AMAZON TEXTILE CONDITION TERMS. Terms used to describe the physical condition of textiles can be subjective and vary greatly from one observer to another. What some others call mint condition, we call good; what others call excellent condition, we call fair. Following are explanations of the terms we use. MINT = Like new. Unused — as if recently removed from the loom. No wear or patina of any kind. These textiles may have nubs or even loose, uncut threads from the weaving process. EXCELLENT = Usually only lightly used, often guarded or stored for many years. There may be extremely light wear, patina and sheen from use. There may also be nearly undetectable light staining or soiling from use. The colors may have muted ever so slightly due to age or exposure, often improving the beauty of a textile. VERY GOOD = Usually lightly or only periodically used. The surface may be very lightly but evenly worn. There are no tears or distracting holes. There may be minimal surface discoloration. Vintage textiles may have lightly darkened yarn from use and age (staining and soiling). Overall, the textile will be in outstanding condition and at a displayable distance will appear perfect. GOOD = Usually moderately to well-used. There may be light to medium staining, isolated or throughout. Some parts of the textile may be worn or have very small holes, occasionally exposing hidden thread yarns. Edges may be lightly frayed. Surface discoloration due to age and exposure is common but often improving the appearance of a textile. There may be minor, light or isolated, dye run. Damage will not distract significantly from the textile when displayed. FAIR = Either well-used or moderately abused. Extensive wear is common as is some bleeding or dye run. In most 20th century cases, the colors have considerably faded. Sections of fringe or tassels may be missing. Textiles may be in otherwise excellent condition but with a single isolated sector of damage, that greatly reduces its aesthetic appeal. Most vintage tribal textiles on the market are in FAIR TO GOOD condition. POOR = Showing evidence of extreme usage and damage. These textiles do not display well and are primarily useful as study specimens or examples of sometimes very rare textiles. We believe the world can be a better place. We believe that humanity has a higher, aspiring destination. We know that through mutual respect conflicts will subside. We know that by understanding our differences we can help one another. We believe that our Mother Earth and our Universe can provide unlimited resources for every man, woman and child to live in peace, happiness and love. As stewards of the human race we have an intrinsic responsibility to do what we can to improve our world as much as possible. The majority of human existence has been dominated by so-called Native groups, also known as tribal folk, original residents, indigenous people, aboriginals, First Nations, traditional ethnicities, autochthonous societies, autochthonal cultures, et. At some point, of course, our ancestors were the same regardless of current culture, creed or color. Regrettably, in the past half a millennium, thousands of unique tribal groups have disappeared due to misunderstanding, impudence and ethnocentrism. Aspects of colonialism, capitalism, racism and politicization have directly and circuitously destroyed myriad native cultures, each a once-valuable resource to our planet. Of the nearly 7000 languages currently spoken on our planet, over 6000 are in immediate danger of becoming extinct. Nearly all, being ethnic indigenous. We believe the very few Native groups that remain on earth should be cherished and carefully supported. Unfortunately, we are on the brink of losing our connection with indigenous spirit, wisdom and traditional knowledge. For more than a quarter-century those of us behind AKATAKSA/ANDESAMAZON have dedicated our professional interests in documenting traditional South American indigenous cultures, especially through their material culture. Our field studies have led us to some of the most remote people on the continent. We have witnessed Native Americans existing exactly as their ancestors did in prehistoric times and others who have jumped from 18th-century existence to 21st-century reality in the blink of an eye. Our ethnographic investigations have resulted in preserving valuable data related to linguistics, cultural history, ethno-environmental relationships, socio-cultural organization, cosmology, mythology, spirituality and of course, material culture. We have a detailed proposal for a magnificent cultural center-museum aimed at stimulating interest in past and present indigenous cultures. Our unique idea is not just to show beautiful objects on display. Ours is to share the entire background of a piece, not only from a scientific or scholarly point of view but also from a cultural and spiritual perspective as well. This holistic approach to understanding indigenous material culture shall include accompanying photographs, films, recorded testimonials, music, related specimens and even field notes. We want to inspire our visitors to continue their own investigations into realms of mysterious phenomena that we really know very little about. Apart from receiving monies for researching indigenous material culture, our sales contribute toward expanding interest in past cultures and ways of life. Not only can ones´ personal environment be enhanced with beautiful and interesting objects, but the benefits of knowing about different ideologies, unique ways of life and past or nearly-extinct traditions are utterly invaluable. We hope that whatever understanding, knowledge and insights are obtained from our objects will be shared with companions, friends and especially children. In this small way, we feel inspired in preserving something of native cultures and making the world a better place. Thanks for working with us. THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST AND SUPPORT. The item “19th c AYMARA INDIAN BLANKET Incredible Rare Unique Navajo Likeness TM9820″ is in sale since Thursday, December 27, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Ethnographic\Native American”. The seller is “andesamazon” and is located in Santa Cruz, . This item can be shipped worldwide.
Rare and unique vintage Zuni. Multi-stone inlay sterling silver 3-dimensional bolo tie by Bevis Tsadiasi. Beautiful, intricate multi-stone inlay in a sterling silver setting. Signed / stamped with BLT, an arrowhead, and the other designs that are the hallmarks of Bevis Tsadiasi, Zuni mastercraftsman. Bevis Tsadiasi (sometimes appears as Belvis Tsadiasi) is best known for inlay work on pocket knives, and a bolo made by him is very rare. Inlay features onyx, mother of pearl, turquoise, spiny oyster, lapis, various types of gemstones and agate. In a sterling silver setting. Native American / Zuni made. Slide is large and measures nearly 3 1/4″ tall by 2 1/8″ wide; the design is three-dimensional and measures 3/8 thick at the thickest point not including the clasp. Black braided leather cord is tightly woven, 4mm thick and measures about 45 1/2 long from tip to tip, including the matching inlay dangles. Sterling silver 8mm beaded loop tips are also vintage and measure about 2 1/4 long. Matching inlay dangles each measure 1 1/8″ tall x 3/4″ wide. Bennett clasp on the back to hold the cord. A unique and beautiful Native American piece. Great to wear or give as a gift. Please look at the photos. We describe our items as accurately and in as much detail as we can to the best of our knowledge. We have other bolos and items listed, so please look at our other auctions and sales. The item “ZUNI BOLO Tie Inlay Sterling Silver Rare & UNIQUE SIGNED Bevis Tsadiasi, bola” is in sale since Tuesday, November 12, 2019. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Other Native American Jewelry”. The seller is “sabbarstuff” and is located in Kenosha, Wisconsin. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Guadeloupe, Luxembourg, Uruguay, Russian federation.
GREAT OLD HARVEY ERA SILVER & PERTRIFIED THUNDERBIRD CUFF BRACELET.. MEASURES 1 3/8 WIDE IN THE FRONT.. 5.5 MM AT THE BACK.. THE STONE IS AMAZING.. FITS MY 6 1/2 WRIST PERFECTLY.. WEIGHS 24.4 GRAMS.. PLEASE VIEW ALL THE PICTURES AS THEY ARE PART OF THE DESCRIPTION. ALL JEWELRY IS BOXED AND CAREFULLY WRAPPED. Colors may vary slightly from monitor to monitor. The item “UNIQUE RARE EARLY HARVEY ERA NAVAJO PETRIFIED WOOD BRACELET THUNDERBIRD” is in sale since Monday, April 8, 2019. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Bracelets”. The seller is “sugapea” and is located in Edmonds, Washington. This item can be shipped to United States.
WONDERFUL Antique, Venetain Vaseline, feather, chevron, russian blues, & more Indian Trade Beads GORGEOUS. They Have also been strung with deep burgundy garnet spacers. There are Russian Blues in shades of deep blue, dark blue Snake beads, Chevron beads with stripes of blue and white and red, blue and white. There are African Melon beads (in green and red and white). There are Venetian Vaseline beads in sunny yellow (they are cut by hand into there unusual shapes) There are red, Feather beads with white and blue feather markings. There are two metal beads, more Venetian and dutch glass and more melon beads. I have done my best with the description of these beads based on my knowledge of them and what my Nana would tell me. This is a great strand for collection or wear. The strand is in great antique condition, there are various nicks & flaws in the beads which is the way of old old items when very aged (i like to think it’s part of their charm). You get what you see and i have not made bad sales yet, nor do i plan to. This is Another of my’prettier strands, i will have to say. Please write with any questions. Thank you for looking. Like what you see? Please see my other stuff! The item “Wonderful, OLD RARE & Unique Indian Trade Beads! ALASKA” is in sale since Wednesday, February 27, 2013. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Necklaces & Pendants”. The seller is “photoshoots” and is located in Fairbanks, Alaska. This item can be shipped worldwide.