Empowered Gorget

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LIMITED EDITION

Empowered Gorget by Greg Stice

Embrace your strength and beauty with our latest creation, the "Empowered" gorget,  Cherokee artist Greg Stice.

This is a limited edition creation. 

This gorget is made from one single piece of copper that is handcut, hand hammered and shaped. 

At Cherokee Copper, we believe in celebrating the resilient spirit and grace of every woman.

This piece isn't just a necklace; it's a symbol of empowerment.

Crafted with the utmost care in our family-run studio, the "Empowered" gorget reflects our dedication to authenticity and quality.

Each piece is handmade to order.

Please give 2 weeks for delivery. 

This exquisite piece mirrors the strength of the women in our community – bold, elegant, and enduring. Wearing it doesn't just adorn you with beauty; it connects you to a legacy of powerful female figures throughout history. It's more than jewelry; it's a piece of art that embodies the spirit of empowerment.

 Add this unique piece into your collection and let it be a daily reminder of your own strength and grace. Be empowered, be beautiful, be connected to Cherokee culture.

How Do I Care For My Copper Jewelry?

The Best way to care for your Copper is to wear it often  The natural oils from your skin will keep the copper, and pearls nice and shiny. Copper will acquire a beautiful patina over time. We feel that the patina is part of the natural beauty of the metal. 

As much as possible do not wear your jewelry when working out or doing any heavy physical activity that will cause excessive sweating. 

Clean your copper jewelry with a soft cloth if dirty you can use some liquid dish soap.

If you prefer, you can coat the metal with clear fingernail polis to maintain the shine. 

 

Why Does Copper Sometimes Turn My Skin Green?

Have you ever noticed a green tint on your skin after wearing copper jewelry? That is a chemical reaction between the copper, oxygenand the sweat on your skin. The process is called oxidization and is your body's way of absorbing the copper. Copper is an essential element and your body needs it. If you skin is turning green it is your body's way of telling you that something is missing. 

 

Where Can I Find Cherokee Copper In Person?

We are frequently asked if we have a store location. The answer is someday. But for now you can find us in cultural gift shops, museums and art galleries from Cape Code to Tahlequah. You can find our most up to date list of locations here.

 

 

 

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