Now available on a cooking apron, you can enjoy preparing dishes with the Navajo Nation Great Seal.
The Great Seal contains various features that hold important symbolism. 50 arrowheads are encircling the seal represents the tribe’s protection and the 50 states in the United States. The lines of the inner circle represent a rainbow including sovereignty of the Navajo Nation. An opening at the top is the sun rising from the east and below it are the four sacred mountains: East (White), South (Blue), West (Yellow), and North (Black). Within these mountains are the livestock animals of the Navajo Nation: horse, cow, and sheep. Two corn stalks are located at the bottom of the seal that represents the sustainer of Navajo life and the pollen from the corn are used for many sacred ceremonies.
- Apron: 9 inches wide (Neck/Top) x 23.5 inches long
- 28 inches long (Bottom)
- Straps: 0.5 inch wide x 28.5 inches long
- Black Plastic Sliders: 7/8 inch wide x 1 inch long
- Neck/Back Strap: Adjustable
- Pockets: 6 inches wide x 9 inches long
Navajo Arts and Crafts vendor
Navajo Nation Great Seal Cooking Apron