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This is one of those pieces that made me gasp when I saw it! The "whirling logs" insignia (often mistaken for a swastika) has traditionally been used by many cultures to represent the four winds. Native Americans used it regularly pre-Nazi Germany. In 1940, the Native American Council signed a treaty declaring that they would no longer use the symbol now recognized as negative. This piece came from an estate collection out of San Antonio, TX. It was in a safe deposit box, waiting to be found. Sterling Silver, with Turquoise stones. Measures 2.25" across, but can be squeezed to adjust.

Whirling Logs Men's Watch Band

  • All MINE Jewelry Collection items are handmade, and some are more delicate than others, depending on age and item type. Wear with pride, but also care. If for any reason you are unhappy with your purchase, please don’t hesitate to let us know. We want you to feel as fabulous as we do when you wear your pieces!

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