Navajo 14K Gold & Silver Overlay Eagle Dancer Pendant - Robert Taylor (#34)

Navajo 14K Gold & Silver Overlay Eagle Dancer Pendant - Robert Taylor (#34)
Navajo 14K Gold & Silver Overlay Eagle Dancer Pendant - Robert Taylor (#34)
Navajo 14K Gold & Silver Overlay Eagle Dancer Pendant - Robert Taylor (#34)
Navajo 14K Gold & Silver Overlay Eagle Dancer Pendant - Robert Taylor (#34)

Navajo 14K Gold & Silver Overlay Eagle Dancer Pendant - Robert Taylor (#34)

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Navajo Jewelry
1 1/4" x 2 3/4"

In Navajo legend eagles are heavenly fliers, rainbow riders and powerful sons-of-guns.  Because of the eagles close association with the spirit world and its protective nature, Robert Taylor finds the eagle fascinating.  He enjoys promoting the Eagle Dancer and its benevolent message.  Robert created this robustly constructed sterling silver and 14k gold pendant in homage to his hero.  In our less than humble opinion he did the raptor proud.

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About the artist:

Robert Taylor

Robert Taylor - Silver & Goldsmith:
"Cluster, channel, leaf, inlay, casting... I've done about everything," Robert Taylor talks about his silver and goldsmithing, "There's a lot of artists that do it." And then he confides the reason he has set himself apart from other craftsmen. "I didn't really get anywhere until I decided to design my own style."

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Eagle
Of all birds in Native American mythology, the eagle is the most important as symbol, sacrificial / ceremonial presence, and ultimate predator/ warrior. The solitary mystery and power of the eagle as perceived by the Indian was immediately grasped by the emerging nation of the United States, and "borrowed" for its logo. More about this legend

Eagle Way
White Shell Woman and Turquoise Woman, created from epidermis rubbed from under the breast of Changing Woman, live on a mountain to avoid the monsters until their supply of wild seeds and berries is exhausted. They reconnoiter, the older sister instructing the younger to go to a mountain top to the north, she herself going to the south. Talking God and Hastse Hogan appear to them; Talking God gives each maiden an ear of corn, the "gift of life" which they are never to give away? More about this legend

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