The Hopi nakwach is a symbol and a handclasp to show brotherhood, and as a token of identification or recognition of the Hopi’s lost white brother, Pahána. The Hopi call it the Nakwach, which means brotherhood. It’s meant to symbolize the joined hands of two tribal elders, who made a pact of lifelong friendship with each other, thereby bringing peace to their people. This is our interpretation of the nakwach in silver.
We’re happy to present the new Steve Morse guitar string jewelry collection for 2021. This collection is made to pay tribute to one of the best guitar players ever. Since Steve is known to have a heart for the Native Americans the new jewelry is inspired by Native symbols and signs. And we do have live gigs on our mind!
So, get yours to wear for the next gig (or whenever you feel). All items are made by hand from scratch, which means you will get something really unique, not to mention that all designs have a piece of guitar string played by Steve during a Deep Purple concert. Designed and handmade by master jeweller (and Steve Morse fan) Katya Hast-Ekström.
Specifications • Necklace: 70cm long • Brotherhoods symbol: 40mm long • Fashioned entirely from Sterling 925 silver • 100% handmade