Crowned Heart Earrings
Earring is 1 inch in length
product is sterling silver
Trade Silver was popularized during the 18th century as the Haudenosaunee/Iroquois traded for silver to create embellishments with English and Scottish traders. Haudenosaunee women would often receive a silver pendant or brooch as an engagement gift, and after the birth of her children she would pin the silver to her baby’s cradleboard or swaddling blankets as an amulet for their protection. Silver has been a constant material in Haudenosaunee fashion, being added to clothing and worn as jewelry and protection amulets across the over 400 years of trade between Europeans & North Americans. These silver designs are a reflection of the history of fashion among the Haudenosaunee.
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