Brushed silver softly picks up light in this delicately rounded pendant. Silver is an element that is connected to the moon and intuition; the bowl shape at the bottom of tear drop represents unlimited potential; tears and water, subtle and powerful – all are very yin energies.
The bell at the top of the pendant gently curls upon itself.
This pendant is shown with the bowl shape opening outward, though it may also be worn with the bowl facing inward.
I am very excited to post that I will be participating in the 36th Annual Pueblo Grande Museum Indian Market, hosted by the Pueblo Grande Museum Auxiliary.
This is a juried show, so I am very excited to be invited to participate.
It will be held at the Pueblo Grande Museum and features top American Indian artists with paintings, sculpture, jewelry, baskets and much more!
The weekend includes a variety of music and dance performances, artist demonstrations and traditional American Indian foods.
Pueblo Grande Museum
4619 E. Washington St., Phoenix, AZ 85034
Saturday, December 8 – 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Sunday, December 9 – 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Admission to the Market is $5 and includes admission to the Museum with free admission for children under 12.
Come check it out!! I would love to see you there.
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The Pueblo Grande Museum and Archeological Park is a National Historic Landmark and an accredited museum with the American Association of Museums, and offers a unique opportunity to learn about and enjoy the prehistoric and historic cultures of the Valley of the Sun. Pueblo Grande Museum and Archeological Park is a section of the City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department and was donated to the City in 1924 and a museum opened on the site in 1929.
The site features three galleries, a theatre with an award-winning introductory video, and an outdoor interpretive trail. The trail contains the prehistoric ruins of the platform mound and ballcourt of the Hohokam culture, replicated housing, canal systems, and interpretive agricultural garden. Click here to read more about Pueblo Grande.
Subtle brushed silver that softly picks up light balances deep purple faceted amethyst in this hollow form pendant. The piece is designed so that a necklace runs through it, leaving the circular flow of the design undisturbed.
May be worn alone or with other pieces.
5/8 inches in diameter, 1/4 inch deep. Handcrafted and one-of-a-kind.