Set of 3 beautiful rustic handmade buttons created from high fire white stoneware clay (2000F).
These buttons are created from my own designed and sculpted mold, fired then painted with non toxic glazes to give the appearance of weathered ancient stone art and fired once again!
The buttons average 1 inch in diameter (25mm) and are 1/16 inch thick (2mm). They are unglazed on the backside.
Perfect for button jewelry, sewing projects, knitting macramé creations and other accessories! Washable, will never fade nor discolor!
**You will receive the above pictured buttons, each set is unique and only one creation has been made. Color intensity will vary from PC monitor to smartphone screen.**
About the Zia Pueblo Sun Symbol:
"Zia" means sun, and is also the name of the symbol. Today it is the sole symbol on the flag of the State of New Mexico, but the symbol is very old- it is found on pottery, art, and other artifacts of the Zia Pueblo tribes of New Mexico. The number four is sacred to the Zia Indians, and this emblem embodies this number as the powers of nature- the sun, the four directions, seasons, and the ages of man.