Queen Dentalium Shell Earrings (Bronze)

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These exquisite earrings by Ojibwe artist Wabanoonkwe Cameron feature beautiful long dentalium shells alongside iridescent bronze faceted fire polished glass beads and sparkling gold spacer beads throughout. Accented with white leather strips and gold ear hooks. They hang 3" long and measure 1" wide. Handmade and one of a kind.

The meaning of Wabanoonkwe's name is "Early Morning Spirit Woman, the one who greets the sun as it rises." She is a mother, sister, aunty and wife. Wabanoonkwe comes from a strong blood line of rich culture and deeply rooted traditions. She is a proud Anishinabekwe from the Ojibwe Tribe of Treaty 3, located in Northwestern Ontario, Canada.

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  • 3" long
  • Handmade

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