Handmade copper artwork in delicate dragonfly and water lilies design is inlaid onto these unique pill boxes. The dragonfly symbolizes going past self-created boundaries that limit our growing and changing. Dragonflies are a symbol of the sense of self that comes with maturity enabling you to allow your own light to shine in a new vision.
This Southwest Native inspired bear fetish design is handcrafted, silver plated and diamond cut on copper and inlaid on this unique pill box. The Bear is associated with great strength, power and healing. The great protector, the Sacred Bear represents strength and self-knowledge.
These handcrafted pill boxes feature handmade copper artwork in a Southwest Native weaving inspired theme. A grouping of symbols and designs would often tell a story that had a deeper meaning and a strong moral message.
This Northwest Native Eagle design is handcrafted, silver plated and diamond cut on copper and inlaid on this unique pill box. The Northwest Eagle totem carries the power of intuition and creativeness, along with the powers of healing and spirit. The Eagle represents vision, higher truths and will aid in bringing your dreams into reality.
This colorful pill box design is inspired by Southwest Native weaving patterns. In the center is the butterfly symbol which represents rebirth, regeneration and joy. The bold and vibrant colors on this handcrafted pill box are lively and will add a splash of color to your day.
This Indian pony with feathers is one of the best selling artwork by Lynn Bean. Lynn has an incredible talent to bring her works of art to life. Horse lovers will cherish this unique pill holder with copper artwork that is silver plated and diamond cut to make them sparkle.
These unique pill holders feature a multicolored Southwest Native Kokopelli design reminiscent of scratch art that we created in primary school. The perfect unique gift for teachers with a southwestern flair. The Kokopelli symbol is represented in a number of guises depicting his role as a source of music, dancing, fertility and spreading joy. The flute he plays symbolizes his music that changes the winter to spring. Kokopelli is believed to travel from village to village bringing the change of the season and bringing rain for a successful harvest.