Pre-Columbian Spiral
Pre-Columbian Spiral

    Pre-Columbian Spiral

    $ 55.00
    DESCRIPTION

    This wonderful spiral design was created by making a pressing in clay of a piece of pre-Columbian Mesoamerican pottery. This design would have originated in a region of the Americas that extend from Central Mexico through Northern Costa Rica during a time prior to the arrival of Christopher Columbus in the Americas (1492AD).

    The spiral in Mesoamerica was a very important symbol in nature as well as for religion. The spiral is believed to be early representations of wind and water, created from the pattern of coiled serpents and from cross sections of naturally spiraling seashells. 

    Product Specifications:

    • Length: 41 mm with the bail
    • Width: 36.5 mm 
    • Thickness: 2.5 mm thick
    • Necklace (if ordered): 1.5 mm leather cord with sterling clasp.

    Necklace: Black genuine leather necklaces with sterling silver clasps are available in 16 in, 18 in, and 20 in. lengths for an additional $10. These necklaces are not handmade by Crucible Concepts. 

    Because each of our items are handmade it could take up to 7 days to make and ship your order. If you would like to check and see if we have the item available on hand for immediate shipping, or to inquire about ordering any of our pieces in gold please email us at info@crucibleconcepts.com or text us at (254) 307-6684. 

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