|Spirals are found in every ancient culture: Celtic, Anazazi, Aboriginal Austrailian, and more.|
||Among the Hopi and the Navajo in the Southwest, spiral serpentine insignias
are representative of death and new life. Inward spiraling anticipates
death and outward spiraling anticipates life.
|The artist is of Cherokee decent. This design was a special request
of a cousin, Brian Corntassle. It is a Cherokee Medicine Wheel
with a Lightning Bolt.
Many times ones clan totem is centered on the Medicine Wheel.
& many more to follow.....
|This 2½" crystal, wrapped with a sterling turkshead and suspended from a sterling chain can be used for both magic and fun. It's simple beauty add sparkle wherever it is displayed.|
|Crosses are crafted using a variety of stones and made
in many sizes.
To the left: plain, turquoise, cultured aquamarine, amethysts, and carnelian.
Below: plain and black onyx.
New Mexico DesignThis New Mexico design was specifically designed for a friend. Made in sterling silver, a stone of turquoise is set in the center. This same design would also make a nice brooch or barette.
Fair Winds design brings to you, this fine custom jewelry crafted to your specifications.
Your Ideas!Jewelry of Nautical, Celtic, Cherokee, and other designs from cultures around the world are being developed all the time. If you have a special idea that you would like to see made into reality, let us bring your imagination into the world in the form of precious metals and stones.
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