Papuan necklace of New Guinea (Dani tribe) made of hundred of shells ( Strombus) found on the shore. And not freshly catched.
The Papuans lived naked, with very decorative jewels. The men wore pelvic cases and the wemen, skirts in vegetal fibers. These small shells besides being very decorative were used as money. This necklace was a symbol of wealth. This type of necklace was still worn in years 2000.