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NATIVE AMERICAN SUN FACE ZIA SYMBOL MONEY CLIP ZUNI

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Zuni Pueblo is the largest pueblo in New Mexico, and because of its location, Zuni is the most traditional.  Continuing to make jewelry, fetishes, and pottery, most of the people of Zuni are artists.  Zuni jewelry makers are known for lapidary skills including inlay, needlepoint, and petite point work. 

This money clip is a  good example of the intricate inlay work that the Zunis are known for, as each stone is individually cut, inlaid, and polished.  Sterling silver with mother of pearl shell, jet, turquoise, and coral inlay.  Wonderful design with the Sun Face in the Zia symbol. 

For the Zuni, the Sun symbolizes abundance, positive energy, happiness and peace.  The Zia symbol is also a symbol of the sun with the four groups of rays representing the four points of the compass, the four seasons of the year,the four periods of each day, and the four seasons of life.

Weighs 14 grams.  Backed with a nickle clip for stronger grip and durability.  Signed

3/4” wide x 2” tall

 

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Weight .5 lbs
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