NAVAJO HANDCRAFTED MONEY CLIP WITH MAN IN THE MAZE DESIGN
Navajo handcrafted money clip. The money clip features a Man in the Maze overlay design in sterling silver. This design is part of the Hopi and Tohono culture but is often copied by other tribes like the Navajo in their jewelry. The money clip measures 1" x 2".
Man-in-the-Maze The "Man in The Maze" is a visual representation of the Tohono O'odham Indians belief in life, death, and the life after death. The man at the top of the maze depicts birth. By following the pattern, beginning at the top, the figure goes through the maze encountering many turns and changes, as in life.