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This focal features Kickisomlo, Chief Seattle's daughter who was dubbed "Princess Angeline" by white settlers, photographed by Edward S. Curtis and in public domain. The image is set on metal with a product that creates an oil painting like texture and finish. The image is then copper leafed and hole punched. Then, that image is added to another piece of decorated metal (this time, decorated with fabric, a rich, warm brown with feathers printed on) and attached by tiny faux screw head brads. The corners of the focal are finished with metal and hand clamped as well as secured with jewelry adhesive.

This piece is further complimented by some picture jasper and wood beads hanging from the bottom of the pendant.

The whole piece measures about 2 inches by about 2 inches and hangs on a copper colored chain with lobster claw clasp, lead and nickel free.

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Native American inspired necklace mixed media jewelry

$45.00

Only 1 available


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Tin, paper, finishing product, faux screw head brads, chain, findings
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 1035 reviews
  • Favorited by: 16 people