Hiawatha Ring, 925 Sterling Silver ring, Lapis Lazuli, Blue Opal Ring
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925 Sterling Silver Ring.
Sterling silver Hiawatha belt ring inlaid with Lapis Lazuli, and Blue Opal Gemstones. This belt is a national belt of the Haudenosaunee.
Width of ring face: 5/16th's of an inch tall.
Weight: A Size 8.5 is 5.6 grams, weight varies for ring size.
The belt is named after Hiawatha, the Peacemaker’s helper. In this belt, it records when 5 nations; the Seneca, Cayuga, Onondaga, Oneida, and Mohawk, buried their weapons of war to live in peace. Each square represents a nation and the line connects each nation in peace. The center symbol represents Onondaga. Here the peacemaker planted the Tree of Peace. Under this tree the leaders buried their weapons of war beneath it. Then the Peacemaker set forth a method for the Haudenosaunee to gather as one to think about decisions concerning the Haudenosaunee. The Peacemaker set the council fire at Onondaga. At Onondaga is where the nation leaders will meet. He then New the symbolism of the longhouse in the belt. To the west, he named the Senecas as our Western Doorkeepers and the east the Mohawks the Keepers of the Eastern door. As for the Onondagas, he named them the Firekeepers. They are entrusted ensure that the council fire of the Haudenosaunee continues on. This belt was made when the Haudenosaunee was formed before the first Europeans came to Turtle Island.