Legends & stories

  • Bear

    The Bear : (Representing the west)

    A plantigrad like his fellow man, he looks a little...

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  • Corn maiden

    In the Pueblo indian culture, corn is to the people the very symbol of life. The Corn Maiden...

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  • Coyote

    In many Indian myths, the coyote plays a very important part.
    By tradition he acts as a...

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  • Dreamcatchers

    According to legend, dreamcatchers were used by the woodland Indians. Hanging from a bedroom...

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  • Eagle

    The sky is blue, grey, white, yellow, red, purple, black...

    It is the kingdom of the...

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  • Feathers

    For Native Americans, feathers represent a gift from the Great Spirit as well as the bird itself...

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  • Fetishes animals

    In a time when the Zuni tribe iived from agriculture and hunting, the hunters could'nt do without...

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  • Fetishes animals meaning

    Badger : Tenacity, stubbornness.

    Bear :...

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  • Hopi

    The Hopis, descending from the Anazasis, have long specialized in pure-silver crafting,...

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  • Kachinas

    In the Hopi religion, each thing has two aspects in the world : visual and spriritual. Kachinas...

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  • Kokopelli

    Kokopelli is a mythical character often represented as a hunchback flute player, out of the...

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  • Man in the maze

    Long time ago, the "O'odham" people used to represent "The man in the maze" mostly on their...

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  • Moccasins Huron

    These moccasins are hand-made by the Huron Wendeke natives. For many moons, they've reflected...

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  • Navajo

    The Navajos - Indians of the High Plains - usually craft turquoise stone in its most natural...

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  • Red skin

    Because the « red skin » passes onto us his beauty, his wisdom and his dignity… Since 1971,...

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  • Sand paintings

    Made by the Navajo medicine men, sand paintings are usually produced at the center of the Hogan...

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  • The Turquoise

    Since 1971, we bring you the most beautiful turquoise stones, from the pale blue "Dry Creek" to...

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  • Turtle

    Protector of the newly borns, guiding them into the world, the tortoise is truly the bearer of the...

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  • Wolf

    Wolves live in packs, which members come from the same parents and share the same food. Couples...

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  • Zuni

    The Zunis are the undisputed masters of stone inlay craft and other materials in jewellery...

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    • Unisex Pendleton blanket Singletary box of Knowledge Multi
    • Man Navajo Cuff Links in Sleeping Beauty Turquoise and Silver.
    • Woman Navajo Bracelet Twisted in Silver. Width: 5mmWrist size: 5.9Sterling Silver 925/1000e.
    • Woman Navajo Bracelet set with Spondylus shellset on sterling silver.This handcrafted bracelet has been stamped in a traditional way.Size: 6.5Width : 19mm.Sterling Silver 925/1000e.
    • Man Zuni Bracelet, Wild Horse stone inlayed set in silver.Wrist size : 7.2.width : 9mm.Sterling silver 925/1000e.
    • Woman Navajo Cluster necklace, Turquoises set on silver
    • Woman Navajo Fetishes Necklace in Silver.Length : 16.Sterling silver 925/1000e.
    • Unisex Pueblo Necklace two rows, Turquoise and Sgell heishy, silver clasp.Length : 23.Sterling silver 925/1000e.
    • Unisex Corn Maiden Zuni pendant, Shell, Turquoise and Coral set in silver. Size: 48mm x 37mm Sterling silver : 925/1000e.
    • Unisex Navajo Cross pendant, Sleeping Beauty Turquoise set in Silver.Size (HxL) : 20mm x 10mm.Sterling silver 925/1000e.
    • Unisex Navajo Pendant Feather in mat silver
    • Woman Navajo Earrings, Wild horse Turquoise set in silver
    • Woman Zuni earrings with Turquoise set in silver.Size : 100cm x 27cmSterling silver 925/1000e.
    • Woman Zuni earrings, coral and black jet inlay set in silver

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Dreamcatchers

According to legend, dreamcatchers were used by the woodland Indians. Hanging...

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