Handmade Rings with Colorful Southwest Native Jewelry Designs
Bold and vibrant colors of this Southwest Native Sun Kachina design by Lynn Bean make these handmade rings extraordinary. Fun to wear as well as adding an extra splash of color to any outfit.
Southwest Native turtle rings are handcrafted and diamond cut to enhance the natural luster of copper. The turtle is an old, sacred figure in Native American symbolism as it represents Mother Earth. To each tribe, the turtle might depict something slightly different but with a recurring theme of creation, protection, longevity.
These unique rings are handcrafted in this colorful Southwest Thunderbird design. The Thunderbird is the Controller of Nature. The Thunderbird is the bringer of life-giving waters. Countless ceremonies are conducted in honor of the great rain-bringer as a way to ensure continued food supply.
Colorful handmade rings in Native Thunderbird design with patina green background color. The legend of the Thunderbird is derived from the common belief that this mythical creature creates storms and the beating of its enormous wings causes thunder and stirs the wind. Lightning was believed to flash from its eyes or beak.
These colorful handmade copper rings are handcrafted, silver plated and diamond cut in this unique Southwest Native design. Some Native American symbols were specific to individual families and passed down from one generation to another. Others had a practical purpose such as providing directions.
Colorful Southwest Native rings are handcrafted, silver plated and diamond cut on copper rings with gorgeous blue-green opal colors. Native American Indians were a deeply spiritual people and they communicated their history, thoughts, ideas and dreams from generation to generation through symbols.
Beautiful colors highlight this Southwest Native inspired design on these copper handmade rings. Native American symbols were geometric portrayals of celestial bodies, natural phenomena and animal designs. Native symbols can vary in meaning from one tribe to another and across different regions.
Colorful Southwestern Native design handmade rings are handcrafted from copper and protected with clear finish so you can wear and enjoy without any polishing. These unique rings are adjustable to fit.
Bold and brilliant colors of the southwest are used to create these SW Native rings with cloud design. These unique rings with beautiful colors are sure to catch attention and many compliments.
Unique handmade rings with the colors of the Southwest in this Native cloud design. Native American Indians were a deeply spiritual people and they communicated their history, thoughts, ideas and dreams through the use of symbols.
Colorful Southwest Native Star inspired design is featured in vibrant colors to create these stunning handmade copper rings. The Hope symbol is represented by the eight pointed star that symbolizes hope and guidance through times of trouble.
Colorful handcrafted rings in Southwest Native design are silver plated and diamond cut on copper rings. This type of design is commonly found in the weaving of the Southwest.
Inspired by the Southwest Native pottery motifs these colorful handmade rings are handcrafted, silver plated and diamond cut on copper by the talented artisans of Copper Reflections.
These unique copper rings have the Native Southwest bear totem for long life and prosperity. The Bear symbolizes the most powerful of animals who is believed to have the power to heal and to transform passions into true wisdom.
These colorful Southwest desert scene and roadrunner design copper rings are handcrafted and individually diamond cut to add extra sparkle to any outfit. The roadrunner in Southwest Indian legends are noted for their speed, bravery and endurance. The Hopi and other Pueblo tribes believed that roadrunners were medicine birds and could protect against evil spirits. Their unusual X-shaped footprints are used as sacred symbols to ward off evil.
Colorful Kokopelli rings are inspired by scratch art that we learned when we were children. The bright and vibrant colors in these handmade rings are contrasted with the black background. Kokopelli embodies the true American Southwest, and dates back over 3,000 years ago, when the first petroglyphs were carved. This traveling, flute-playing Casanova is a sacred figure to many Southwestern Native Americans.