Migration Healing Bracelet $1,125 SALE $899.99 6" Inside
Bracelet is highlighed
with bear, healing hand, and migration patterns for strength
and good health on your journey through life. This piece is
topped with a wonderful warm piece of Spiney Oyster. Bracelet
is handmade by Alex Sanchez and signed by the artist. Band is
3/4" wide. Spiny
oyster is a strange looking sea oyster that lives in this
hemisphere only in the Sea of Cortez between the eastern coast
of Baja California and the northwest coast of Mexico. They are
porcupines of the sea oyster universe having calciferous
protrusions of various lengths extending outward from their
naturally ridged shells. These shells have an amazing color
range from bright yellow through the orange.
This bracelet was
handmade and signed by Alex Sanchez. The centerpiece is
turquoise from Smokey Mountain. The patterns on either side
are migration and directional arrowheads. the band is 1" wide.
Hopi artist, created this coral heart bracelet with the Tufa
stone-casting method. It is signed by the artist using his
Hopi name "Wikviya." Band is 1/2" wide.
Hopi artist Steve LaRance
"Wikviya" has created this bracelet using the Tufa
stone-casting method. This piece is adorned with the migration
symbol on one side and the healing hand on the other. This
powerful bracelet us finished off with a rare piece of Candelaria turquoise from Nevada. Signed by the artist. Band
is 1" wide
Tommy Singer 23" Necklace
Turquoise & Silver Necklace $245.00
Sterling Silver Large Pin/Pendant Healing Hand $160.00
Sterling Silver Small Healing Hand $145.00 1 1/2" X 2"
Zuni Turquoise Necklace & Earring Set $675Sale $599
A spectacular example of Tommy's work. He is
highly regarded with his use of turquoise an other stones to make
what seems a random collection to be unified into a conversation
piece. Each one of these is unique and very difficult to come by.
Beautiful Handmade turquoise necklace strung on wire and finished
with long sterling silver hand-etched beads.
21" total length
This Healing Hand with Migration symbol is a wonderful overlay
piece. Brad is known for his detailed overlay and this pin/pendant
with removable bale shows not only his expertise with silver, but
also symbolizes the good health for your travels as you go through
life. Signed by the artist.
Brad Panteah 2 1/8" X 2 1/2"
This wonderful small hand created using overlay comes with
a removable bale can be worn as a pin or a pendant. The hand
represents healing and good health and the migration pattern in the center
is the path each of us is on throughout our life. Signed by the
artist Brad Panteah
This beautiful silver and turquoise set is
traditional Zuni very fine work signed by the artist. S Wallace 26"
Length, Pendant 3.75"
Medicine Wheels & Dream Catchers
The outer circle of the Medicine Wheel represents the
universe and your circle of life. The cross represents the Four
Sacred Directions. The circle and the cross draw from the universe
and bring into your circle of life good medicine and protection from
misfortune and harm.
legends speak to us of the dreamcatcher. It is believed that each
carefully woven web will catch your dreams in the night air. The bad
spirit dreams will become entangled in the web and disappear in the
new day. The good spirit dreams will always find their way through
the center opening, and will gently float down the sacred feather to
bless the dreamer with peaceful dreams. This dream catcher captures
the beauty of this sacred legend.
According to the Sioux, legends
speak to us of the dream catcher. It is believed that each carefully
woven web will catch your dreams in the night air. The bad spirit
dreams will become entangled in the web and disappear in the new
The good spirit dreams will
always find their way through the center opening, and will gently
float down the sacred feather to bless the dreamer with peaceful
dreams. This dream catcher captures the beauty of this sacred legend
Medicine Wheel $36.00 Large 12"
Medicine Wheel 6" $18.00
Dream Catcher 12" $18.00
Dream Catcher 12" w/feathers & Medicine Bag $30
There are many legends about
Turquoise; The Pima consider it to bring good fortune and strength and that it
helped overcome illness. The Zuni believe that blue turquoise was male and of
the sky and green turquoise was female and of the earth. Pueblo Indians thought
that its color was stolen from the sky. In Hopi legend the lizard who travels
between the above and the below, excretes turquoise and that the stone can hold
back floods. The Apache felt that turquoise on a gun or bow made it shoot
straight. The Navajo consider it as good fortune to wear and believe it could
appease the Wind Spirit.
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