Messenger from the Sky

Hand-hammered designer necklace honoring the Eagle Spirit from the East

Native American designer necklace symbolizing the wings of the bald eagle

Mizhinawe Waabang (Messenger from the East)

Artist: Zhaawano Giizhik
Type : Exclusive, one-of-a-kind hand-hammered choker necklace
Materials : 14K white gold, 18K yellow gold, turquoise  
Sizes : approx. 6.7" long x 5.9" wide (17 cm long and 15 cm wide)

5,150.00 USD*/6,615.00 CAD/5.290,00 EUR** (JEWELRY-1-4-WG)
2,920.00 USD*/3,74.00 CAD/2.700,00 EUR** (JEWELRY-1-4-SS)
Item number: JEWELRY-1-4-WG (14K white gold, 18K yellow gold stone setting, one 14K eagle feathers attached to each side)
Item number: JEWELRY-1-4-SS (sterling silver, 18K yellow stone setting, one 14K eagle feathers attached to each side)  

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


Please note  that persons holding a Canadian First Nations status card and living and working on their reserve are generally tax exempt.

Wings of Migizi

The wings of Migizi swooping down from the eastern sky flying over Gichi-gami, the Great Lake. Hand-hammered, 14K white gold choker necklace with two 14K yellow gold stylized eagle feathers attached to the ends (not visible in te photo) and, at its bottom. mounted with an asymmetrically, hand-cut turquoise stone set in 18K yellow gold.

Gimoshoomisinaan Ogimaa Migizi, the Great Eagle Grandfather of the Eastern Direction, looks after the People. Each morning at sunrise Migizi insures the Great Mystery that the Anishinaabeg still honor his path with offerings of asemaa (tobacco) and by addressing the spirit of the water by singing nibi waabo, the water song.

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