Wild Woman Cuff bracelet, sterling silver, by Solomon Seward

Wild Woman Cuff bracelet, sterling silver, by Solomon Seward

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One-of-a-kind and absolutely beautiful !!! The artist's latest design:

WILD WOMAN (Dzunukwa) Cuff Bracelet

Sterling silver, designed and hand made by master artist Solomon Seward from the Kwakiulth First Nation - a jeweler with many years of experience who clearly loves this art and always comes up with new designs - but I think this one TRULY is spectacular.

The ends of the bracelet are the HAND's of the Wild Woman - the face and the hair are engraved in such great detail. Have a close look, I'm providing close-up pictures. 

Measurements: 6 1/4" circumference, 1" open, 1" wide

Weight: 29 gr.

Meaning: The Dzunukwa (Wild Woman) is a figure in Kwakwaka'wakw mythology. She is an ancestor of the Namgis clan through her son, Tsilwalagame. She is venerated as a bringer of wealth, but is also greatly feared by children, because she is also known as an ogress who steals children and carries them home in her basket. Fortunately the children usually outsmart her and escape..... 

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About This Artist

Solomon Seward - an accomplished and very well known and liked master of jewelery carving. He is a member of the Tsawataineu First Nations band (Kwakiulth) , originating from Kingcome Inlet on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Artist bio and other available works »

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