Quill "Waawiyeyaa" Round Hoop Earrings
The quills in each earring are from Native American art originating from pre-colonial times. The quills are infused in the clear glue like ice, stuck in time, representing the preservation of cultural and identity over time and concealing the sharp edges of difficult memories.
Content + Care
- Earrings: 20% Quill, 30% Acrylic, 50% Metal (Sterling Silver & Copper)
- Porcupine Quills
- Surprising Lightweight
- Silver-tone Finish
- Wipe Clean, Keep Dry, Store in Safe Dark Place, More about Materials
Each pair of earrings is crafted one of kind, and may vary just a slightly from the images provided. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
- Average Length: 3"
- Average Width: 3"
Earrings by Tashina Lee Emery, blessing given by my local medicine man to create.
Please note the materials encased are natural and come from the earth. There will be "flaws" and "mistakes". I intentionally seek the imperfect, and personally love raw beauty. Each piece of jewelry will not look like the photo because your jewelry is unique, however I try to make the jewelry as close to the photo as I can. Each piece is made by hand and not a machine so tiny bubbles, bumps and slight imperfections are part of the unique characteristics of the jewelry.
Love our Mother Earth as we love our own Mothers. Protect her at all costs. To save her…We save ourselves.