Made of soft and supple upcycled leather from a Nashville upholstery factory.
Sterling silver hooks, wire is silver plated.
Finished with four sterling silver beads.
Birds are revered as bringers of messages and symbols of change and often symbolized light-hearted freedom. Their feathers have many spiritual, ceremonial and ritual uses. Native American tribes decorated feathers and attached to sacred pipes and sticks so their prayers could take wind and be received by the elders and Great Spirit. In many ancient cultures feathers are inextricably tied to the belief that birds, as spirit guides, walk through different stages of life with a person, teaching and guiding them, and protecting them. 𓆃 Bluebird Symbolism and as Power Animal 𓆃 Bluebird Spirit comes with good news. He prepares you for what’s ahead. Once that boon arrives, Bluebird says, “share the wealth.” Spread that joy all around and see what wonders it produces. A variety of Native American tribes feature Bluebird in stories and lore. The Navajo and Iroquois considered the Bluebird a wonderful omen of fertility and prosperity. Seeing one meant something new and wonderful was about to happen.