Turquioise Gaspiete 4680 $150, Turquioise wGreen 4681 $150
This Navajo made pin features the bear. Bear is considered to be a powerful healer. A spirit line of turquoise and gaspeite highlights this piece. A really nice piece of work by an unknown Navajo silversmith.
Bear is associated with great strength and is considered to be a powerful healer.
Bear Pin: This Navajo made pin features the bear. Bear is considered to be a powerful healer. A spirit line of turquoise and gaspeite highlights this piece. A really nice piece of work by an unknown Navajo silversmith.
PIN A: 1 in. tall complete x 1.25 in. wide Turquoise & Gaspeite
PIN B: 1 in. tall complete x 1.625 in. wide Blue/Green Turquoise
Bear is associated with great strength and is considered to be a powerful healer. Bear (west) – a symbol for healing, and displayed strength, courage and introspection. The bear is associated with great strength, power, healing and self-knowledge. He is the great protector, the “sacred bear” He is a spiritual guide and also carries within him supernatural powers. Bear is a powerful healing fetish. All bear fetishes are powerful but the white bear is the most powerful medicine bear.
The usage of all materials: hematite, shell, pinon and glass goes deep into the tradition of spirit and earth.
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They are handmade by various artists from several different tribes. Crafted from sterling silver and accented with gorgeous, natural materials, our vast collection offers unique pieces of wearable art.
Jewelry plays a large role in Native American culture. It tells stories, holds history, and represents spiritual beliefs and cultures of every tribe across America.
Beginning as early as 12,000 years ago, jewelry-making was unique to the respective geographic area of each tribe, featuring natural materials that could only be found in surrounding environments. This allowed tribes to offer slight variations in designs since the supplies necessary to craft these delicate accessories were major trade items. Jewelry-making has evolved in technique and materials used over the years, but still is a primary focus of Native American culture today.
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