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medwheel3 Authentic Navajo Medicine Wheel-Small
$69.00
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Traditional Medicine Wheel made by Navajo artist Nathan Boyd, it has been created using genuine leather, antler horn, beads and wild bird feathers. Native Americans used medicine wheels in their ritual dances as a means of harnessing spiritual power. The Navajo believe that the Medicine Wheel is made round to represent the circle of life: Birth to death, sorrow to happiness, rich and poor, good and bad. It is the endless circle of life. Inside the circle are the four winds: directions, seasons, and times of the day. The center is the point of creation from which all of the above were created. 3.5 inches wide and 9 inches long.
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Authentic Navajo Medicine Wheel
Authentic Native American
Medicine Wheels
Medicine Wheels are symbolic of
peace and health and represent the
circle of life.

Native Americans used medicine
wheels in their ritual dances as a
means of harnessing spiritual power
in order to improve health and
success through the various stages
of life, according to the
anthropologists.
med-wheel4-903 Medicine Wheel by Nathan Boyd
$79.00
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Traditional Medicine Wheel made by Navajo artist Nathan Boyd, from the famous family of sand painters. It has been created using genuine leather, antler horn, turquoise and blue beads and wild bird feathers. The Navajo believe that the Medicine Wheel is made round to represent the circle of life: Birth to death, sorrow to happiness, rich and poor, good and bad. It is the endless circle of life. Inside the circle are the four winds: directions, seasons, and times of the day. The center is the point of creation from which all of the above were created. 11 inches long and 6 inches wide. Shipping is Free.
med-wheel3-601 Navajo Made Medicine Wheel
$69.00
This Medicine Wheel is hand made by a member of the Navajo Tribe using leather wrapped on a 3 inch steel ring, feathers and a painted deer antler centerpiece. A photo of the artist on a card is included. Shipping is free.
med-wheel3-9012 Medicine Wheel by Navajo Darleen Edsitty
$69.00
This Medicine Wheel is hand made and painted by Darlene Edsitty, a member of the Navajo Tribe. She used leather wrapped on a 3 inch steel ring, feathers and a painted deer antler centerpiece to create this item used to improve an individuals health during a ceremony. A photo of the artist on a card is included. Shipping is free.
med-wheel3-9013 Medicine Wheel by Darleen Edsitty
$69.00
This Medicine Wheel is hand made and painted by Darlene Edsitty, a member of the Navajo Tribe. She used leather wrapped on a 3 inch steel ring, feathers and a painted deer antler centerpiece to create this item used to improve an individuals health during a ceremony. A photo of the artist on a card is included. Shipping is free.
med-wheel3-909 Medicine Wheel Created by Navajo Nathan Boyd
$89.00
Traditional Medicine Wheel made by Navajo artist Nathan Boyd, it has been created using genuine leather, antler horn, beads and wild bird feathers. Native Americans used medicine wheels in their ritual dances as a means of harnessing spiritual power. The Navajo believe that the Medicine Wheel is made round to represent the circle of life: Birth to death, sorrow to happiness, rich and poor, good and bad. It is the endless circle of life. Inside the circle are the four winds: directions, seasons, and times of the day. The center is the point of creation from which all of the above were created. 11 inches long and 6 inches wide. Free Shipping.