Zuni Sterling Silver Turquoise Snake Bracelet

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Effie Calavaza - Zuni Sterling Silver
Turquoise Snake Bracelet
HK Item #NBT421

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Native American Zuni Indian Jewelry; Zuni Sterling Silver Turquoise Snake bracelet

Stones
Sleeping Beauty Turquoise
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Size 
7 3/8" total inside circumference and approximate wrist size. See diagram below.
1 1/2 " gap between ends;
1" wide
Weight
79 grams
Hallmarks
EFFIE C.
ZUNI
Artist
Effie Calavaza, Zuni

Native American Zuni Indian Jewelry; Zuni Sterling Silver Turquoise Snake bracelet

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Effie Calavaza - Zuni Sterling Silver Turquoise Snake Bracelet
NBT421
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"At one inch wide, this is a major Effie Calavaza snake bracelet! We have a hard time finding these in Large, so if you have been looking for one, here's your chance!"

Native American Zuni Indian Jewelry; Zuni Sterling Silver Turquoise Snake bracelet

Native American Zuni Indian Jewelry; Zuni Sterling Silver Turquoise Snake bracelet

 

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Zuni artist,Effie Calavaza is from Zuni, New Mexico. She is famous for her snake designs. Although she learned silversmithing from her husband Juan Calavaza, she has been making her own designs since 1956. Her pieces are collected throughout the world.

The symbol of the snake in some Native American tribes is considered to represent the same properties as lightning or the lightning arrow. They often have a similar visual form. The snake does not symbolize anything negative or treacherous. Rather, the snake represents abundant rainfall and fertility. Other tribes use the snake as a healing image or for swiftness in battle.

We here in Colorado live with snakes - they are part of the landscape and ecosystem. Since our climate is semi-arid, we welcome the abundant rainfall the snake might bring.


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