Beautiful like a painting Unique like a snowflake ❄
Each of these BEAUTIFUL premium bracelets is personally crafted by hand, just for YOU! In less than a week we are closing the sale, so that our master jeweler can get to work!
We have four unique and Iconic Native American cuff style bracelets we are offering this week.
Cuff Bracelets are measured from end to end on the inside of the band and then that measurement is added to the gap to complete the circle.
This is a handmade jewelry, we need 3 weeks to produce your bracelet. All orders will be shipped out by February 26th. No tracking number for orders outside the US.
2-3 days shipping in the US
2 weeks shipping for orders outside the US
Style: Southern Style
The four available designs are: Bear, Wolf, Eagle, and Horse.
Model Number: 925 sterling silver
Materials: Sterling Silver, Kingman Turquoise
Size 6 = 5 inches from inside end to end with a 1-/4 inch gap Size 7 = 5-3/4 inches from inside end to end with a 1-1/4 inch gap
The larger bracelet is 1/2 of an inch wide/tall and tapers down, and the smaller bracelet is 3/8 of an inch wide/tall and tapers down.
The four available designs are Bear, Wolf, Eagle, and Horse.
The Bear and the Bear Claw- A symbol of strength and wisdom, and are often associated with healing and medicine. The bear claw often represents protection and a connection to the animal. It is often worn by those who seek leadership.
The Eagle - The eagle is a powerful symbol that represents victory, conquest, and personal power. The eagle symbol is believed to help with one's drive for victory.
The Wolf - The symbol of the wolf represents communication. It is considered a deity in many cultures, and its imagery is often used to inspire loyalty, compassion, and fierceness.
The Horse - Given that horses were the main form of transportation for many Native American tribes, horses are revered and cared for almost as a member of the family. In this way they symbolize loyalty. The symbol of a horse wearing on jewelry or other attire represented strength, freedom, and nobility for the wearer.
About Our Artist
"My jewelry has a Native American look to it, as my father spent a lot of time with Navajo Indians throughout his adolescence. Since I coveted what he has made throughout his time as a silversmith, I developed a southwestern style with its own uniqueness." - Noah, Texas