Mother of Pearl and other shells were used in trade among Natives. They continue to be treasured to adorn clothing and in beadwork. The veined turquoise makes a perfect foil for the iridescence of the shells. From the collection of Southwest jewelry makers Sibert Seciwa (Zuni), wife Vita (Laguna/Navajo) and their family of artisans and silversmiths.
- 1.25" tall and and approx. 5 " to .75" wide
- Sterling Silver wires
- Made in Zuni, NM
All proceeds go towards the United Indians' programs and services which support the urban Native community.