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1970s Native American Navajo Made Man in the Maze Cuff

1970s Native American Navajo Made Man in the Maze Cuff

Jewelry that tells a story is powerful and this is definitely a story worth telling. This 1970s Native American Navajo Made Man in the Maze Cuff is one-of-a-kind piece created by an unknown Navajo Jewelry silversmith, stamped BB.The wide cuff has a center pattern of the Man in the Maze. Its sides have traditional Navajo stamping. The Great Seal of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community is this ancient pattern. 
The pattern figured for untold years in Pima baskets and represents the Maze or house of “Se-eh-ha.” The legend states the “Man in the Maze” helps children understand the meaning of life. The maze depicts experiences and choices we make in our journey through life. It illustrates the search for balance—physical, social, mental and spiritual. In the middle of the maze are found a person’s dreams and goals. Legend says when we reach the center, the Sun God is there to greet us, bless us and pass us into the next world. 
The cuff dimensions are 1.5 inches wide 5.75-inch interior with a 1-inch gap.
Price: $575.00 (ships free)
Call or text me (323.905.4073) for availability.

1970s Native American Navajo Made Man in the Maze Cuff 1970s Native American Navajo Made Man in the Maze Cuff Reviewed by Vanessa Wilcox on September 12, 2017 Rating: 5

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