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An ancient spiral draws earth and sky, the four winds and the sacred directions, at once into its embrace. Wings summons the spirits of the vortex and their cosmic, timeless power into the spiral of this vintage-style pendant wrought of deer antler. The point is polished lightly, the spiral scorework carved entirely freehand in the […]

The earth’s green rebirth arrives on summer wings. With this pendant, Wings honors seasonal shift and spirit alike in the form of the very embodiment of summer transformation, the butterfly. Cut freehand from medium-gauge sterling silver, her body and wings are hand-milled in a shimmery leafy pattern. Her body is accented with three small round […]

The Water Bird is a spirit guide, sacred in the rites of the Tipi Way — a being known also as a Peyote Bird, for its role in the ceremonies of the Native American Church, also called the Red Road and the Peyote Way. It is one the symbols that speaks most deeply to Wings’s […]

In Native cultures, the cross is traditionally a symbol of the Four Sacred Directions, one that has been adopted and adapted in the face of invasion and colonization in ways that secure the future even as they honor the past. Wings reconceives the traditional Southwestern-style Native cross with this big bold pendant. Hand-cut of heavy […]

Like the first Warrior Woman, made for Wings’s mother in recognition of her great courage and strength, this one honors women’s power, with one small difference — this one is a pendant, rather than a pin. She bears symbols of healing and harmony: matched thunderhead symbols on her traditional dress, joined together to point toward […]

A double-terminated lightning bolt of a heartline zigzags across Buffalo’s body, a reminder of his power and strength. Ajouré silverwork marks this hand-cut piece, with hand-stamped symbols and a hammered effect giving shape to his horns, beard, coat, and tail. Sterling silver $125 + shipping, handling, and insurance SOLD

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