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Navajo Nascha Owl Brooch Pendant
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Navajo Nascha Owl Brooch Pendant
This enchanting little Navajo Owl brooch, which also has a bale on the back so he can be worn as a pendant, has been created by Regunda Kallestusa in the Design Studio on the Reservation in New Mexico. Small, but beautifully-formed, he has been created in 925 Sterling Silver, turquoise, mother of pearl and his body and wings are Abalone shell, which mimics the plumage of a real owl. Nascha - the word for Owl in the Navajo language - comes with a signed certificate of authenticity and is just divine - a real attention-grabber!. Size: 2.5cm/1" x 1.8cm/0.7" For those who may be interested to know more about the legend of the owl and his place in the "pecking order" of birds and animals in Navajo legend, we must first tell you a bit more about the Navajo Indians. The name Navajo means "The Holy Earth People" and the Navajo creation story involves three underworlds where important events happened to shape the Fourth World where we now live. The owl is often seen as a guide to and through the Underworlds. A creature of keen sight in darkness and a silent and swift hunter, the owl can help unmask those who would deceive or take advantage of you. According to Navajo legend, the creator, Nayenezgani, told the Owl after creating it "In days to come, men will listen to your voice to know what their future will be". This is probably why the owl is viewed by many as a symbol of wisdom. Height: 2.4cm.
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