These wearable works of art are crafted from leather, brass, and dentaliums — conical shells that were originally harvested from the waters of the Pacific, off the coast of the American northwest. Prized and highly sought after, dentaliums were used as a form of currency by Native, Inuit, and First Nations communities.
Founded by designer Bethany Yellowtail, the Collective promotes and amplifies the work of Native American and First Nations artists, featuring handmade, heirloom-quality jewelry, textiles, and accessories created using time-honored techniques and traditional methods. This piece is made by Molina Parker (Oglala Lakota and Northern Cheyenne), who learned beading from her mother and grandmother, and hopes to one day pass it on to her own child.
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