Hand-Beaded Key Ring Key Chain in Three Sisters Corn
A hand-beaded key ring in the shape and colors of an ear of corn.
In many indigenous cultures, corn is revered as part of the Three Sisters – corn, beans and squash – that, when grown together, survive even in harsh conditions and provide food for the tribe or community. Designs incorporating corn have since been used in weavings, jewelry and other items as a symbol of abundance and prosperity.
Our hand-beaded key ring or chain is in the shape of an ear of corn and reflect the yellows, greens and browns that a traditional ear has.
Including the “tail” of feathery brown, the key fob measures 3.5 inches in length. There is an additional 2” of chain and stainless steel split ring.