Red Horse Ring in Sterling Silver & Sterling Silver Cabochon
Named after the Lakota chief who fought in the Battle of Little Bighorn, the Red Horse Ring embodies the strength and sprit of the Lakota, Northern Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes who combined to fight against the United States Army. An elongated sterling silver cabochon is held within a shadow box bezel and attached to the rounded silver ring band with signature Pushmataaha squaw wrapping.
The metal of the Moon and having been long revered since antiquity, silver is reflective and used to mirror the soul, bringing calm and balance to its wearer. Used by ancient civilizations in lunar ceremonies to harness the energy of the Moon and protect from negativity, it is the metal of emotions, love and healing. Natural and pure in its form, our silver is never rhodium plated and thus develops its own unique personality as it ages – a speckled patina of grey, golden or black-brown enhances its individual nature - though a simple polish quickly restores brilliant shine.