Who is Kokopelli?

Our collections have various symbols and icons that are important in Native American culture. One of these icons is Kokopelli, who is commonly seen in the Southwest of the United States. But who was Kokopelli and why is he so icon? Here we have your answers for you. Who is Kokopelli? Kokopelli is a fertility …

Handmade Jewelry: The Arrow Meaning

Native American’s main form of communication was through history, thoughts, ideas, and dreams. With that, symbols and signs, like arrows, played a major role in how they were expressed. The arrow meaning amongst Native American culture vary from tribe to tribe and to understand the meaning, we have it here for you. The Arrow – A …

What is the Whirling Log?

Our collection has different symbols that are used and common within the Native American community. One of the symbols that might cause you to question what it means is the whirling log due to its negative reputation from the Nazis and World War II. In this article, we break down what the swastika represents. Origin …

Thunderbird: The Legend Behind the Emblem

One of the most popular emblems found on our Native American-inspired handcrafted jewelry is the Thunderbird.  While we’ve been told that it offers aesthetic appeal (and seems reminiscent of a popular sports car), the symbol’s meaning is so much deeper. Typically found in totems, it is a crucial aspect of the Native American history and …

Handmade Silver Jewelry: Feathers Jewelry Meaning

Handmade silver jewelry in the form of feathers is not just a fashion piece of a statement. Feather jewelry has much deeper meaning. It represents the limitless freedom of the birds, spiritualism, and lightness. Handmade Silver Jewelry inspired by the Native American tribes is quite popular in the past several seasons. Native Americans used feathers …