Petrified bones collected from the shores of Pyramid Lake, NV. The Strand has bones as well, natural stones, and pewter spacers to brialiantly display the pooha.These bones were collected along. the shore line of Pyamid Lake, Nevada. The indigious Paiute people live in the area. They called themselves Numu, or "The People." Deeply grounded in their environment, the Paiutes believed that power (pooha) could reside in any natural object including animals, plants, stones, water and geographical features.Petrified bones, rocks, glass beads, pewter. The materials are all natural and will do well in an outside environment.