Prayer Offering Studs

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NOTE: This is a handmade item. Please allow 2 weeks for delivery.

These post earrings were made by Michael Adams (Hopi/Tewa) and are engraved on natural alder wood and painted with a silver metallic finish.

They measure .5" in diameter and are lightweight. The design detail depicts 3 turkey feathers that serve a prayer symbols on top of a lightening swirl. The prayer offering is for moisture to bless the people and their crops. These truly unique studs will keep others guessing where you got them. They are 100% Native/Hopi made and symbolize prayers for moisture/rain. They come with a custom made earring holder and gift box. This item ships from the US.

  • .5'' diameter
  • Hand-made
  • Laser engraved
  • Born on the Hopi reservation and surrounded by culture and art, Adams was inspired to create his own style with jewelry. He looks to his parents for inspiration; his mother is a Hopi/Tewa potter and his father is a Katsina doll carver. Each earring is created using gourd or basswood. He hand-cuts, shapes, and then paints each earring using acrylics. A final coating of protective gloss seals the design and gives the earring a shine. He explained, "I love to incorporate color and Hopi symbolism into my designs all referencing nature as it occurs naturally."

    by Gourd Jewels (Hopi / Tewa)