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This Navajo creation contains the Peyote or Water Bird symbol over-layed onto the stamped silver backing finished off with a turquoise cabochon placed in the middle. The Peyote Bird or Water Bird is an important symbol the members of the Native American Church. This money clip represents the traditional styling of Navajo silver work. Stamp patterns may vary with each individual clip.
Turquoise: Probably no other stone or color symbolizes the southwestern mystique better than Turquoise. This stone has been used by Native Americans in the southwest since around 200BC. Some of the first items fashioned out of turquoise were beads and figurines with the incorporation of silver coming in the late 1800's. Turquoise is found in semi arid copper deposits and is formed when groundwater percolates through aluminous rock in the presence of copper. It is the copper that lends turquoise its greenish-blue hues. Turquoise symbolizes good fortune or luck to the Southwestern Native Americans.
Size: 1 7/8" X 1"
Material: STERLING SILVER
Origin: USA - NAVAJO
Weight: 34 Grams +- includes nickel finding
Ships In: 1-2 Business Days
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