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Hopi Key rings

96130301 Hopi Key Ring

"The Sun Face, Tawa-ee-tana (Sun our Father) is emitting vibrations of love and acceptance and daily reminders that we are all his children, blanketed by his warmth so that we may in turn treat our fellow man with kindness and acceptance." (As told to us by Dorothy Poleyma-Kyasyousie).  This highly polished key ring measures 1 by 2 1/8 inches and has Dorothy's hallmark, DP on the reverse side.
961-30301                                      $130.00

A flute priest plays and prays for the abundance of nature on this highly polished keyring by Silversmith, Ray Kyasyousie.  The piece measures 1 1/4 inches wide and 2 1/8 inches from the top of the clip to the bottom.  Ray's RK hallmark appears on the back.
961-20272                      $160.00

96120272 Hopi Keyring
96150134 Hopi Keyring

Chris Mansfield created this key ring featuring an elk with heartline, Tawa, the Father Sun and prayer feathers.  What is the significance of elk?  Along with prayer feathers it is asking Tawa to send more of these animals to help feed the people.  It measure 1 by 2 inches and has Chris' initials etched on the reverse side. 
961-50134                                                               $80.00

It is believed that aside from bringing color into the world, parrot was the early "watchdog" when people gathered to give them warning when something was amiss. What a great symbol to have on a key ring!   Parrot is honored here on this highly polished key ring by Silversmith, Chris Mansfield, which measures 1 by 2 inches and has Chris' initials on the back.
961-50131                                   $80.00

96150131 Hopi Keyring

Here is the story of Spider Woman, who is honored on this keyring made by Hopi Silversmith, Weaver Selina, as told to us by Dorothy Poleyma-Kyasyousie.  "KoKang-so-wutee is a magical being who has the power to weave cloaks to perform feats such as bringing life and healing.  She is also the entity to whom you pray for artistic ability."  Other references tell us that she is gentle, kind and will aid those who are in trouble.  A very different way of looking at spiders!  The design on her back of the sprout, seems to be bringing life in the form of food.  This piece measures 1 1/8 by 2 1/8 inches and carries Weaver's hallmark, the Rising Sun or Sun's Forehead on the reverse side.
961-10095                                                                                                   $85.00


Hopi Money Clips Hopi Jewelry, Hopi silver jewelry, Hopi Indian Jewelry

Hopi Money Clip 96120073
96150126 Hopi Money Clip
96150127 Hopi Money Clip

A lizard (Monongya), in katsina form, is a fighter, who chastises the clowns for their rude behavior during the dances.  Here with a prayer feather on its back, it would seem to be a reminder to keep on the right path. This Hopi satin finished money clip by Trinidad Lucas  measures 3/4 by 2 inches.  Quality cutting and exceptional creative design is what we have come to expect from Trini.
961-20073                                     $120.00

Chris Mansfield's wonderful "critters" are back!  On this highly polished money clip, Chris features a big horned sheep with a heart line, standing beneath Tawa, the Sun Father, clouds and rain.  This piece measures 1 by 1 7/8 inches and carries Chris' initials on the reverse side.
961-50125                          $120.00

96150129 Hopi Money Clip

Legend has it that parrot brought color into our world as well as acting as a "watchdog" for the native peoples when danger was eminent.  Honored here on this satin-finished money clip, parrot appears in this village scene beneath Tawa, Father Sun.  It measures 1 by 1 7/8 inches and carries Silversmith Chris Mansfield's initials on the reverse side.
9615-0129                                                             $120.00

Tawa, the Father to all Hopis appears above this prayer shrine listening to the requests these feathers carry to him on this highly polished money clip by Silversmith, Chris Mansfield.  It measures 1 by 1 7/8 inches and has Chris' initials etched on the back.
961-50126                            $120.00

Crow Mother, who is instrumental in the initiation ceremonies for children, is honored on this Hopi money clip by Trinidad Lucas.  It measures 3/4 by 2 inches and carries her hallmark TLd inside of a Bear on the reverse side.
961-20072                                     $120.00

Hopi Money Clip 96120072

A howling wolf appears along with the moon, clouds and rain designs on this highly polished money clip by Silversmith, Chris Mansfield.  It measures 1 by 1 7/8 inches and carries Chris' initials on the reverse side.
961-50128                                                      $120.00

96150128 Hopi Money Clip

In Autumn, the Bull Elk begin the "rut", which is a very important time for the continuation of the species.  This Elk, showing a strong heart line, offers his prayers to Tawa, Father Sun.  This satin-finished money clip by Chris Mansfield measures 1 by 1 7/8 inches and has Chris' initials on the reverse side.
961-50127                                  $120.00

A katsina figure with etching on the feathers and ruff to give it texture, comes to us from Silversmith, Trinidad Lucas.  It measures 1 by 2 1/16 inches, has a satin finish and carries Trini's hallmark, her stylized initials TLd inside of a bear, her clan symbol on the back side.
961-20070                        $130.00

96120070 Hopi Money Clip

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