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Symbol of good luck in Native culture. Artist: (JF conjoined) Federico Jimenez, renowned Mexican artist who resides in the US, LA area, and whose work has been inspired by Native American motifs. He was a trustee of the Millicent Rogers Museum in New Mexico, and The Southwest Indian Museum in Los Angeles, and is recognized for his cultural community activity promoting American Southwestern art.
Many Hollywood types wear his art. Artist's hallmark, and sterling.
Stone(s): 17 corals - largest coral is 1/2" by 1/4", bezel to bezel. Height: 3 from antenna to tip of tail. Width: 3 3/8 from wing tip to wing tip. For the Navajos, the dragonfly symbolizes pure water. Other tribes believe it symbolizes happiness, transformation, speed, and/or efficiency.
The Chinese believe it to be a symbol of good luck. Please measure your wrist, or use and old bracelet, necklace, bolo tie, belt, to determine your own size. Please allow for some variation in color. We attempt to capture the actual color of the stones/shells to the best of our ability, but cameras, lighting, and actual monitors may not portray the exact color.When the color is considerably different from the original, we will make a note of it. Items have a fixed price, however, we will consider all reasonable offers. Our items are packed securely and under surveillance cameras. Feedback will be left only after we receive a feedback. Thank you for visiting our store.
The item "FEDERICO JIMENEZ Southwest Coral Sterling Silver Overlay Dragonfly Pin 3 x 3.4" is in sale since Sunday, August 15, 2021. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1935-Now\Jewelry". The seller is "goesaround2014" and is located in Las Vegas, Nevada. This item can be shipped to United States.