Squash Blossom Collection
It is believed the Native American squash blossom dates back to the early 1900’s when it was first designed by the Navajo. Illustrating the flowery part of the squash plant, which, along with beans and corn, were the crops the Native Americans relied on in the Southwest. This art form has since become recognized as the pinacol of quality, detail, and beauty. Each piece uniquely hand-crafted showcasing some of the most striking turquoise, coral, and opal. A design this rich in history comes with an equally rich meaning. It is said that when adorned with a Naja; the horseshoe-like pendant at the bottom, it serves as a talisman for protection to ward off the evil eye. Squash blossoms truly are pieces that become heirlooms and can last a lifetime.