The Circular Concho Pin is inspired by Navajo jewellery and is handmade from solid Sterling Silver. Along with parts of northeastern Arizona and southwestern Utah, large areas of New Mexico are part of the Navajo Nation and these Native American influences can be seen a lot of Red Rabbit Trading Co. pieces. The term concho comes from the Spanish word for shell, referencing the shape of the pin. The basic form of the concho was derived from hair ornaments of the Southern Plains Indians, called hair plates, which were strung vertically on red trade cloth, horsehair, or leather.
The Concho pin is approximately 4cm in size and looks great pinned to your favourite denim jacket or cap.
Red Rabbit Trading Co. make one of a kind silver jewellery, charms and keepsakes that are designed to be cherished over a lifetime. Inspired by pre-1950s jewellery and the beauty of the South West US landscape, from their workshop in Albuquerque, New Mexico, they handcraft each piece using traditional, time-honoured jewellery making skills. The result is pieces with an antique feel that embrace the spirit of the work of early turn of the century silversmiths. At Those That Know we carry the most extensive selection of the brand’s pieces available in Europe, including exclusives and limited runs.
Key Features of the Red Rabbit Trading Co. Circular Concho Pin
- Solid sterling silver
- Inspired by Navajo jewellery
- Backed with pin and clasp.
- Hand made in Albuquerque, New Mexico
- Approx 4cm in size
- Limited numbers