Reimagined Components: Antique master key & buckle rework chief Pontiac wearing a headdress of feathers on 3mm 28" brass curb chain.
1888 Nate's Take: "Only the bravest gain the key to freedom, only...the bravery comes after the work has been done..."
~Headress of feathers~
The Navajo Indians used hawk and eagle feathers to make their Headdress of feathers. Only warriors who had displayed extraordinary bravery were allowed to wear it.
~Keys / Locks~
Historically, Keys have been used for everything from winding pocket watches to switching on the first two-way radios! The most common symbolic meaning used for the key is its power to unlock the door to the heart, opportunity or adventure. Companies like PF Corbin (known for their beautifully engraved “Carded keys”) or the Tower company (1865 founder John Tower) who was responsible for the first metal handcuff, remind us that the key to life is making sure you have the right tools before approaching opportunity.