The artist has been well-respected and widely collected for years. Nowadays, he is devoting most of his time to teaching; giving back to his Pueblo, and molding a new generation. HIs contemporary vision of Pueblo symbols is a trademark.This bracelet is doubly delightful: there is another,totally different, “secret” appiqued design on the inside, known only to the wearer unless you feel like sharing. On the “public” side, the central design is an incredibly regular row of cornstalks, with tiny gold suns warming each one. Below, equally regular waves of water balance all that sunshine. On either side, rain and lightning signs, followed by baskets of ripe corn cobs.The ends are finished with hands of blessing and protection.the interior, “private” side shows a row of corn dancers in the center, dancing to encourage a bountiful harvest. Women hold corn cobs, the men hold rattles. There are more gold suns and stylized lightning bolts, as well as waves beneath their feet. Night scenes of the Pueblo flank the dancers, and the ends are finished with rain and water signs.Good health, prosperity, happiness, abundance and good luck abound in this astounding bracelet – plus, of course, a beautiful secret. And many, many compliments.
Sterling Silver, 14K Gold
6.5,1.25,1 Total Size: 6 1/2″ Cuff Size: 5 1/4″ Gap Size: 1 1/4″ Width: 1″