Bold yet elegant, this stunning statement necklace by Michelle Lowden (Acoma Pueblo) features the Acoma design representing rain, and symbolizes the moment on a rainy day when the sun peaks through and the rain glitters in the light.
The Birch Bloom earrings pays homage to the beautiful tradition of birch bark etching. Characteristic of Howes' work, the Birch Bloom earrings carry forth the Ojibwe floral tradition of teaching about plants that care for the water, including wild taro, yellow flag and duckweed.
These beautiful earrings were developed during Sarah's recent visit to the Eighth Generation headquarters and are lovingly assembled by Eighth Generation staff in our Seattle studios. They are cut from real cedar wood and high resolution printed with multiple layers of protective coating.
New and old. Individual and community. Radical and Traditional. Wearing these "visionary" earrings will remind you to view the world from multiple perspectives!
This two-sided earring features a contemporary take on a classic Northwest Coast eye design.
The hand-painted maple wood compliments northwest Native art traditions -- and every earring features a unique wood grain and paint job that can never be duplicated. The natural elements are balanced by a glossy finish and vibrant colors of the the acrylic pupil. The jump ring and hook have a gun metal finish.
This product is hand-painted, machine cut, and assembled in Louie's studio in Seattle, Washington.
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This beautiful pendant features the highly sought-after artwork of Acoma Pueblo artist Michelle Lowden. Not only is this beautiful design inspired by Michelle father's cottonwood sculptures, but the dragonfly also holds cultural significance. For the Acoma Pueblo, the dragonfly is seen as a good sign or good luck.