This Navajo Yeibichei is made with .925 Sterling silver. The yeibichei is a silver plate stamped cut out. A Yei is a holy spirit believed by the Navajo people taking form as a human being. The Yei bi chei is holds his instruments in both hands dressed in a buckskin attire & face mask. The charm has a lobster clasp hook giving the option to remove and clip adding more charms to your collection. The back of the charm is stamped "J.Cowboy" and ".925".
Navajo Yeis are the supernatural beings that allow communication between our Navajo people and their Gods. YeiBiChi are the masked human dancers impersonating the Yei deities for ceremonial purposes. The yei is a mythical figure that symbolizes various healing powers. Yei figures are often used in healing ceremonies to restore a person’s balance or hozho.
- .925 Sterling silver
- Lobster clasp
- Charm measures 29mm L X 13mm at widest point
- Lobster clasp measures 14mm L X 8mm at widest point
- Charm dangles at a total of 43mm long
- 1mm in thickness
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Navajo Sterling Silver Yeibichei Charm