Crafted from elk bone, primitive jewelry replicates sceneries from rock paintings. The Zalavruga jewels are a visual representation of the petroglyphs of Belomorsk in Dvina Karelia, Russia. A masterpiece of Neolithic art, the petroglyphs were carved on the sea shore some 4,000 years ago and rediscovered on the banks of the Vyg River in 1936. The Onega jewels replicate the rock paintings of Besov Nos, located on the eastern shore of Lake Onega in Russian Karelia.
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