ZUNI 147 1960’s Bobby & Corraine Shack cuff bracelet


Vintage 1960’s cuff bracelet by renown artist’s Bobby & Coraine Shack. Measuring 2″3/4 x 2″. They have used gold & white mother of pearl, Acoma jet, turquoise and abalone to inlay the bracelet with. Set in solid sterling silver. This piece has never been worn and was part of a private collection.

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Bobby & Corraine Shack: This couple have been making jewelry together for many years and have quite legacy. Bobby’s mother, Thomasine Shack was known for some the most desirable pieces in the Zuni village. In addition, Corraine’s father Blake Lesense was also known for his jewelry. As a result of their famous parents Bobby & Corraine have created beautiful “thunderbird” & “hummingbird” jewelry that has also become some of the most collectable pieces in the southwest.

The Thunderbird is a mythical creature of huge importance to the Native Americans of both the United States and Canada. An enormous bird, he symbolized great power, strength, and protection for humans against evil spirits. Able to transform into human form by removing his head like a mask and his feathers like a cape, he was considered the most powerful of all Spirits in Native American culture. Beneath his wings were lightning snakes, and these he wielded as weapons or tools as required.

Lightning shot from Thunderbird’s eyes and the flapping of his wings sounded like thunder. The Thunderbirds brought storms and rain – these could be good when the rain was needed or bad when floods, fires, and destructive winds were the result. Said to reside in the clouds above the highest mountains,

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