The butterfly is the symbol of change, joy and color. Probably no animal or insect has come to represent the process of transformation and shape shifting more than that of the butterfly.
Historically, West Coast indigenous peoples would adorn themselves with striking jewelry made of wood, copper, bone, shell, and various types of stone or gems. These pieces would normally have a meaning or story behind them reflecting the personality or experience of the wearer.
The traditional jewelry designs come in Walnut. Every piece contains hand inlayed abalone shell harvested from a sustainable source. Also every piece is backed in copper. This metal is sacred to us and offered at potlatches, and in ceremony, as the highest sign of respect. Copper is also known by many to have healing qualities
very nice design work especially with the engraving
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