- designed by Maida Branch
- handmade by Gino Antonio in Navajo Nation
- size is dependent on neck measurement in inches and where you would like it to fall (tighter/less tight)
- a 1” gap exists where the ends of the wire meet so please include this inch in your total measurement
Inspired by LAS GORRAS BLANCAS a political protest movement of the 1880’s - led by brothers in New Mexico in reaction to property being stolen by wester squatters as New Mexico became a state.
I’ve always found barbed wire to be beautiful, especially older variants found on fences across New Mexico. I felt it represented my own effort for autonomy and independence as a Indigenous woman and also wanted to honor this land back movement of the 1800’s.
*if ordering ‘other size’ please make note in the notes upon checkout*
THIS ITEM IS FINAL SALE. NO RETURNS OR EXCHANGES.
please allow up to 2 weeks for item to made and shipped.