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  • Water symbols and prayer mounds/feathers
  • Up close you can see the curved shape with the three dots in intervals among the pattern.  These are the tops of corn.  The waves are the rain clouds and the lines comping off the waves are the prayer feathers, usually eagle feathers
  • This piece has been signed by Darren Seweyestewa and is sterling silver as indicated by the sterling stamp on the back

Hopi Overlay Bracelet with Corn and Water Symbols

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Darren Seweyestewa

         Darren is from Hotevilla on the Hopi reservation and was born to the Coyote Clan. He’s been a silversmith for over 23 years, mentored by Bob Lomadofkie. As a single parent, Darren finds his main challenges are raising his kids and granddaughter. He is more creative in the mornings and early evenings. Through his work he has learned how to be more patient. “There’s a song and a certain rhythm when cutting out the designs, almost like the silver is singing to me. When I’m adding the small detailed lines to the negative space, it sounds like a woodpecker working.” Darren now lives in Mesa Arizona, primarily working on silver but he also does drawings. All of his silverwork is stamped with “Sterling” and his personal symbol below.



Dimensions - Length: 5 3/8"  Width: 1/2"

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