11″-14″ corn bead chain w/glass seed bead and chevron bead accent and fired pottery gorget.
Something for the boys…and girls. Cherokee pottery reproduction of 1800’s gorgets worn by Cherokee men. Traditionally made of brass and metal, gorgets were a part of a man’s dress that showed wealth and status. Of course the more pieces, the better.
This contemporary take features a reversible gorget made of pottery stamped with “man-in-a-coffin” pattern. This traditional Cherokee rivercane basket pattern is stamped on a diagonal. The necklace is locally sourced corn beads accented with red and blue glass beads.
The reverse side has a pattern and Cherokee syllabary- pronunciation: gv-ge-yu, translation: love
Unisex. Pair with other gorgets or trade beads.
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