Larry Smith provides us with intricately crafted jewelry inspired by the heritage of the north Amercian Natives, heavily influenced by the traditional style of the late 1800s to 1940s. Adding a modern twist to the pieces, the skilled craftsmen work carefully to make certain that each piece is produced as a beautifully designed, handcrafted masterpiece.
Silver concha button made by hand in Japan by Larry Smith. A perfect detail to replace a lost button on your favorite shirt! Inspired by Native American jewelry from the so called "Fred Harvey era" dating back to the early 20th century.
The word Concho, sometimes spelled Concha is a common symbol used in Native American silver jewelry. The word comes from the Spanich word meaning shell and one theory of the origin of the symbols use in Native jewelry is that the Navajo adapted it after they had first seen it used by the Spanish Mexicans.
- Larry Smith Classic Shell Concha Button OT-C0136
- 13mm wide
- Hand made by Larry Smith in Japan
- Made of silver