These incredible earrings are named after the Wolf Trail, the Blackfoot name for the Milky Way, our Galaxy. They were created to remind us that help comes in all forms. Friends are all around us, in all shapes. Remember your own strength and resilience when you wear this piece, and remember that sometimes strength means accepting help. Each piece is high vibrational, and is meant to lift you up, to help you find a higher love, a higher path. These earrings are Ashanti’s favourite of the Collection! She is our Sister and beautiful Cree model.
These gorgeous earrings are set with White Topaz. The gemstones in the ring are representative of the Wolf Trail Galaxy (the Milky Way)
A trail of stardust dripping down your earlobes, taking you to far away places.
Makoyiwa, the Wolves, were some of the first Earth Beings to help the Blackfoot.
One winter, when our people were starving, a young man and his family were camped by themselves as they searched for food. The wolves found the family and appeared to them as young men bringing fresh meat to the lodge. The wolves took this family with them, showing the man how to cooperate with other people when he hunted buffalo and other animals.
The wolves introduced the people to the other animals in their world. The human beings learned that animals with hooves and horns were all right to eat, but that animals with paws and claws should be left alone.
The wolves disappeared in the spring, but we still see them in the sky as makoiyohsokoyi. These stars constantly remind us of how we should live together.
White Topaz has a crisp, clear vibration that can help you to manifest dreams and desires. It is wonderful for helping you to dig deep and find your true life goals, and then helping you achieve them.
This is a high vibrational piece meant to help you find your highest self.
These beautiful earrings are 24k Gold Vermeil. We do not offer re-plating. All sales are final on gold vermeil. Please see our Customer Care Page for care instructions.
10% of the profits of this piece is donated to Indigenous Organizations