Turquoise Corn Pendant

By Kateri Quandelacy Sanchez

This offering is sold.
Pueblo people have been growing corn for at least 4000 years. Corn was a main staple and called corn "the Mother" because of their dependence on the crop. Kateri Quandelacy-Sanchez carved this pendant from a single piece of green hued turquoise. Celebrating and honoring the connection between all life and Mother Earth, this pendant reminds us to give thanks for that which is provided. About 1 3/4" long, including handmade sterling silver bale, 5/8" wide by 1/2"deep. Silver chain sold separately.