Arizona's Red Rock Country >>>> Beautiful red sandstone formations are found throughout the American West, but nowhere are they more magnificent than surrounding a community in north-central Arizona known as Sedona. This is Red Rock Country, where wind-shaped mesas are separated by water-carved canyons that began their slow formation millions of years ago.
The spirit of the American West inspires the rustic yet refined product by Hooker Furniture. The striking masculine collection, featuring a dramatic dark charcoal finish with silver accenting and decorative nail trim, celebrates the courageous frontier spirit. Influenced by the designs of antique doors spanning several centuries, the signature style element of the collection is a carved, raised octagonal motif with decorative nail trim.
The romance of red roses is captured in this feminine floral bracelet. Three finely detailed, carved red coral roses add bold color; sterling silver in a lacy, openwork scroll design makes this bracelet a distinctive piece. Elegant enough to accent a classic black dress yet simple enough to wear with jeans, bracelet measures 3/4" wide and fits an average-sized wrist. Made in America with gemstones from around the world.
Ovoids used in West Coast Native Art. The single most characteristic shape in all of Northwest Coast style art is the ovoid and these are some of it's variations, there are many more. They all follow the same rules effectively described by Bill Holm in his landmark book "Northwest Coast Indian Art: an analysis of form", 1965.