Warmth Giizhooshin Cedar Earrings "Gold"
My first memories were of dusty peach faded cedar, the plant just as beautiful as it's fresh state, was above every doorway and window ensuring all entries were safe and sound. Teaching one of my earliest lessons in life of passing through space in a good way. I walked through my mom’s little Rez home a few days ago and saw those same cedar pieces, still working their ancestral magic.
My mother always taught me to put cedar in my shoes and above my doorways. I have a medicine bundle with a bit of cedar in my car now as I travel. Cedar is one of the four sacred medicines, it is also known for attracting positive feelings, energy, and emotions. For the body & soul. It is a natural guardian from negative spirits. The "Cedar Awakening Collection" brings goodness your way. Understand some materials used must be treated with a certain amount of respect, always see descriptions.
Content + Care
- Earrings: 50% Acrylic, 50% Metal (Sterling Silver)
- Surprising Lightweight
- Cedar will fade over time.
- Cedar transitions into a fabulous dusty peach - just as beautiful as it's fresh state.
- 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 email@example.com with any questions.
- Average Length: 3 ½"
- Average Width: 2"
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.