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 SKU# 2955  Southwest Inspired Kiva Stairway to the Stars Diamond Cut Copper Cu
Southwest Inspired Kiva Stairway to the Stars Diamond Cut Copper Cu  24.99  19.99 
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This unique handmade cuff bracelet, individually artisan handcrafted, is silver plated and diamond cut on a copper bracelet, and features a Southwestern inspired Kiva design. This design is also known as the Stairway to Heaven or Ladder to the Sky design. Whatever you want to call it, the diamond cut really makes it sparkle! One size fits all.

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This bracelet will retain it's shine without polishing. It has a special acrylic coating which prevents tarnishing.

Wearing copper is said to have thereputic benefits for people with arthritis.

Kiva steps are symbols that look like stairs. The steps usually represent three levels: birth, life, and death (after-life). The two paralell lines represent Rain, the giver of life. The black moon represents night, when the children would gather in the kiva to hear stories about their traditions. The white circle on the black background represents the sun, the afterlife, and new beginnings.

Matching earrings and necklaces are also available.

This copper bracelet can be shipped internationally.

This item is not Indian produced, an Indian product, or the product of a particular Indian, or Indian tribe, or Indian arts and crafts organization.

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This unique handmade cuff bracelet, individually artisan handcrafted, is silver plated and diamond cut on a copper bracelet, and features a Southwestern inspired Kiva design. This design is also known as the Stairway to Heaven or Ladder to the Sky design. Whatever you want to call it, the diamond cut really makes it sparkle! One size fits all.

ONLY 2 LEFT

This bracelet will retain it's shine without polishing. It has a special acrylic coating which prevents tarnishing.

Wearing copper is said to have thereputic benefits for people with arthritis.

Kiva steps are symbols that look like stairs. The steps usually represent three levels: birth, life, and death (after-life). The two paralell lines represent Rain, the giver of life. The black moon represents night, when the children would gather in the kiva to hear stories about their traditions. The white circle on the black background represents the sun, the afterlife, and new beginnings.

Matching earrings and necklaces are also available.

This copper bracelet can be shipped internationally.

This item is not Indian produced, an Indian product, or the product of a particular Indian, or Indian tribe, or Indian arts and crafts organization.

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