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Old 09-12-2018, 02:23 PM   #11
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What I know, I learned making jewelry and powwow regalia. The things I make are about helping people make a transformation. Regalia is intensely personal. I once saw a documentary where a dancer say his regalia was dressing his spirit.

Jewelry is almost exclusively about making a statement. People buy and wear my pieces because they speak to something inside them, something they're willing to hang around their neck or wrist.

Do be aware these are just my observations. I won't presume to speak for all Native people.

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