This bracelet was inspired by a Native American pattern found in the carved base of the oldest Mayan pyramid in Teotihuacan, near today's Mexico City. The carving is crowned with a dragon-like head named Quetzalcoatl, for feathered serpent - or flying reptile.
Our bracelets are made to be worn at all times and everywhere. We finish them with a thin layer of organic lacquer meant to wear off unnoticeably with use. If you wish to have immediate metal contact, simply wipe the inside of a bracelet with nail polish remover. All the metals we use are solid, with no platting to wear off, therefore any scratch or blemish can be easily removed with a polishing cloth, brass polish, or by rubbing with a lemon rind and ashes. The easiest way to keep our bracelets clean is by taking showers with them on. With this minimal care they should age gracefully with you and last for generations.