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The metal work on this ear cuff is entirely hand crafted using salvaged copper electrical wire. I have hammered out the spiraled ends and have tightly wrapped a smaller gauge wire around the frame to create a sturdy and aesthetically pleasing piece. Rooster Saddle Feathers and guinea hen feathers are hand wrapped with a silver plated copper wire. A tassel of naturally tanned deer hide grounds the flight.

✧Copper is an element of love, artistic creativity and balance. Copper has been worn by Pharaohs, Indian Rajas, Chinese Emperors, Persian Kings for its healing properties.

✧guinea hen feathers of black and white bring union and protection

✧Red rooster feathers bring courage, physical vitality, purification and protection. The Rooster announces the dawn, the darkness has passed, allowing illumination to ward away evil spirits, negative influence and make way for the path of the rising sun.

✧the deer hide fringe calls upon the deer as an animal symbol of gentleness, unconditional love and kindness

Fits behind either ear, and is easily molded to fit comfortably.

✦MADE TO ORDER! visit my Shop Policy section for current production time http://www.etsy.com/shop/RunWithTheTribe/policy

blessings along the path~

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an original composition & handmade by Alana Rose ~ RunWithTheTribe

west bound highway. a tribal feathered ear cuff. 'made to order'


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: copper wire, silver plated copper wire, deer hide, rooster saddle feathers, guinea hen feathers
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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