Copper and Sterling New Mexico Zia Earrings by Navajo Artist
The New Mexico Zia sun symbol, displayed on our state flag and also in the design of our state capitol, originated with the Zia Indians of New Mexico, for whom the sun is sacred. The Zia symbol - a red circle with groups of rays pointing in four directions - is painted on ceremonial vases, drawn on the ground around campfires, and used to introduce newborn babies to the sun.
These strikingly beautiful Zia earrings were created by Navajo artist Ed Abeyta.
- Crafted of gleaming copper, with sterling silver posts
- French hook style, 1.75" long
A free gift box is included with every jewelry purchase.
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