This copper bracelet has three of the four directions patterns that is commonly found on Southeastern artifacts. The design represents balance, customary stages of life, the cardinal directions, seasons of the year, fluidity, and an emphasis on the recurring number four. The design is made up of seven lines, another important number to the Cherokee. We look back to the seven generations before us to help us to take care of the seven generations after us and we have seven clans. The cuff is handmade by award-winning Cherokee Coppersmith Greg Stice.
Cuff is approx. 5/8" wide and fits a 7" wrist with room for adjustment.