Bracelet Charm Tsalagi Cherokee Made Jewelry

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In ancient times, Cherokee men and women ornamented their bodies and hair with
copper, gold, pink mussel shell, bright feathers, clay beads and freshwater
pearls. Copper nuggets were traded from the upper Midwest and hammered into
disks, masks, ceremonial objects and jewelry, including necklaces, earrings and
ornate ear spools.

This bracelet embodies that complex history. The hammered, copper links are
reminiscent of the hammered copper nuggets of the ancient Cherokee. Adorned
with a hand-stamped charm with three Cherokee symbols that form the word
Tsa-la-gi (pronounced Jah-lah-gee). Each symbol represents a sound. Tsa-la-gi
is one of the names the Cherokees use to call themselves. The word Cherokee was
derived from it by European explorers. A luminescent, white freshwater pearl,
suspended from the links. The pearl evokes the Cherokee reverence for the
rivers and streams that continue to cascade over the Cherokee land. It is sure
to generate conversation.

The bracelet will fit most wrists, measuring 7 1/2 inches in length with a one
inch extender. Lobster claw clasp. Other charms can be added to the bracelet
with jump rings or lobster claw clasps.

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