Northwest Native Colorful Bracelets
Exceptionally unique handmade bracelets are individually handcrafted in colorful Northwest Native Thunderbird design. The Thunderbird was one of the supernatural birds of the myths. The flapping of his wings caused crashes of thunder and lightening flashed from his eyes. The Thunderbird is powerful and mystical, a Great Spirit. As a totem it will be your protector and liberator.
Colorful Northwest Native Sun Totem bracelets are handcrafted with silver plating and individually bright cut on copper to make these unique bracelets sparkle. The Sun is the provider of healing energy and life, put into the sky by Raven, the rays are means of our travel between earth and sky.
These colorful handmade bracelets feature a Northwest Native raven totem design. The Raven is known in legends as the one who released the sun, moon, and stars. The raven discovered man in a clam shell, brought the salmon and the water as well as taught man how to fish and hunt.
These colorful Northwest Native inspired butterfly bracelets are handcrafted, silver plated and diamond cut on copper cuff bracelets. Native American Indian Butterfly Legends say if anyone desires a wish to come true they must first capture a butterfly and whisper their wish to it. At wedding ceremonies butterflies are released to make all the good wishes for the couple to come true.
Unique bracelets handmade in colorful Northwest Native Haida Hands of Creation design. The killer whale has long been associated with native stories of creation. Its powers include song and creative inspiration. As a totem it aids in awakening the inner depths and the creative force. These gorgeous handmade copper bracelets will compliment any outfit and will be cherished by Native jewelry lovers and make the most unique gifts.
Northwest Native Lovebirds bracelets are a great addition to our Colorful Jewelry Collection. Haida and Tlingit Native Americans have two main clans, the Eagles and the Ravens. Members of the same clan cannot marry, so marriages typically signify the joining of an eagle to a raven. Eagle and Raven, when linked together, are consequently known as the Lovebirds.
Northwest Native Killer Whale totemic bracelets are handcrafted, silver plated and bright cut on copper. The Killer Whale is the communicator and highly regarded guardian of the sea. The Native word for whale means those who travel together.
Bold and vibrant colors in this West Coast Native inspired hummingbird design make these handmade bracelets best sellers. The hummingbird represents friendship, playfulness, and is a symbol of good luck in Northwest Coastal Native legends. It is a positive sign to see a hummingbird prior to a major event such as traveling or marriage.
Beautiful copper handcrafted bracelets depict the eagle and salmon totems against a blue-green patina inspired background. The salmon is the life source and the provider of food for all animals and humans.
As a symbol of peace and friendship the eagle totem is found often in Northwest Native jewelry designs. These colorful eagle totem bracelets are handcrafted, silver plated and diamond cut on copper by skilled artisans.
Colorful gold and crimson eagle on a blue patterned background in a Northwest Native totemic design is featured on this gorgeous handcrafted bracelet. The Eagle is considered an important Clan crest and is frequently depicted on totem poles, masks, prints and jewelry in the Northwest.
Copper handmade bracelets feature a colorful Native eagle totemic design. Eagle down, considered sacred, was used in ceremonies to welcome someone in friendship. The feathers were sprinkled on the ground before an important visitor came into the tribe.
Colorful West Coast Native eagle bracelets are handcrafted, silver plated and diamond cut on copper. The eagle is a symbol of power and prestige. The eagle also represents friendship and peace to all.
These colorful Inukshuk bracelets are handmade from copper so they are lightweight, adjustable and always a pleasure to wear. A new Inukshuk was sometimes erected to mark a food cache of excess dried meat to be hoarded for future lean times for the Inuit people.
The bold and vibrant colors of the Inukshuk design on these handmade copper bracelets are fabulous. Inukshuk is the Inuit word meaning in the image of man. Groups of stacked stones usually in human form have been used by the people of the North for thousands of years. In recent years it has become a symbol of 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics as well as peace and friendship.