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The First Nation Tribes of the Pacific Northwest honor copper as a sign of wealth and prosperity. Accompanying beads, texture and color are representative of a journey. In honor of the Squaxin Canoe Landing at Northpoint in Olympia WA. July 29, 2012, I honor them with " Canoe Journey" earrings.

Earrings are hand formed using square copper, hammered and oxidized to a rich patina. They are
2.3 inches in length (5.842cm) and 1.5 inches in width (3.81cm) with large round turquoise beads.
Artisan crafted ear wires by Melinda Orr.

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Copper and Turquoise Earrings, Copper and Turquoise Canoe Journey Earrings, First Nation

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: 16g square copper, 22g round copper, turquoise beads, oxidized, hand polished, hand formed
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 11 reviews
  • Favorited by: 48 people