Beaded work by a Pueblo artist? Yes!
There is quite a long history of beadwork by Zuni, and other Pueblo artists, as well as the Navajo.
Probably that was the result of cross-cultural experiences with Plains tribes, at trade fairs, and such.
This substantial keyring is large enough not to lose, has two rings for multiple keys, or to attach one side to a handbag or belt. and is handsomely decorative, too.
The beads are hand sewn on leather, which is then glued on a wooden cylinder.
With generally muted colors and just a flash of mellow orange, it is suited to any gender or age.
Functional, historic, and attractive, it would be a special gift – even for yourself.