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Size: 7" long x 1 1/2" wide

Bring a little happiness into your life with this all copper feather pendant. In the Native American tradition the sun symbol represents happiness. The symbol on this pendant is called the Zia for the Zia Pueblo of New Mexico. They regard the number four as sacred and the four lines in each direction represent things like the four seasons, the four directions, the four periods of the day and the four seasons of life.

This pendant can be worn as a necklace, hung on a rear view mirror or hung in a window.

Each design is hand drawn and then acid etched to create a relief (raised) image. Then an antiquing patina is applied and a final coat of gloss enamel spray to seal the piece.

****No two are exactly alike and due to variations in the patina process and the hand drawn design, colors and design may vary slightly from the pendant displayed.

This item will be shipped via USPS.

Every effort will be made to ship your order within the next 2-4 business days after receipt. If there will be any delays you will be notified. When your order is shipped you will receive a notification with the tracking number.



  • Handmade item
  • Materials: copper, enamel spray
  • Only ships within United States.
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