Touches the Sun

Anishinaabe-style 21K gold set of eagle feather post-back earrings mounted with red corals

Zaaminigiizis (Touches the Sun)

Title: Zaaminigiizis (Touches the Sun)
TypeOjibwe-style post-back eagle tail feather earrings
Materials: 21K yellow feathers and red gold wire wrapping. Tips of eagle feathers are mounted with pear-shaped red coral cabochons set in sterling silver.
Sizes: approx. 1.57" long x 0.93" wide (40 mm long x 10 mm wide)
Detail: The earrings come with a matching collar necklace and pendant.
Price: 1,043.00 CAD* / 777.00 USD*/ 800,00 EUR **
Price when executed in 14K gold and sterling silver: 825.00 CAD* / 614.00 USD* / 615,00 EUR **
Item number: JEWELRY-3-2-21K (executed in 21K gold and sterling silver)
JEWELRY-3-2-14K (executed 14K gold and sterling silver)

*Shipping costs included, US and Canadian tax rates excluded.
**Shipping costs excluded, Dutch BTW included.

 

Please note that persons who hold a Canadian First Nations status card and live and work on their reserve are generally tax exempt.

*When ordering please mention the item # of this set.

Mighty Spirit Bird whose wingtips touch the Sun


The Ojibwe Anishinaabeg from the North American Great Lakes traditionally regard MIGIZI, the bald eagle as the most prominent member of the Winged Beings as his wing tips seem to touch the sun. In doing so, this mighty white-headed spirit bird draws man's attention to Mishoomis Giizis, the Sun Grandfather, and, through him, to GICHI-MANIDOO, the Great Mystery and Creator of the Universe.

The warm colors of the 21K gold and the red corals that adorn the feathers' tips make this exclusive set glow as if it were touched by Grandfather Giizis himself...

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