Lampwork Head Pins - "Dancing Crow"
(set of 4 leaf head pins on 20 gauge copper wire)

These are perfect for bead and jewelry design. The glass bead is made directly on
to the copper wire, creating a head pin.
Beautiful colors of the Arizona Southwest! Turquoise and Bone Ivory.

Actual leaf measures approx. 18mm x 13mm x 5mm.
Copper wire measures about 4 and 1/4 inches long, plenty space for your creative
wire working designs! (so a total of just over 5 inches for the entire head pin).

Lampwork head pins were lovingly made by me in my home studio and properly
kiln annealed. :)


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The story of Rainbow Woman (or Lady of the Rainbow):

The Lady of the Rainbow has a historical connection to a god found among the
Tula, Maya, Toltec, Olmec, and Aztec - IxChel. Representing benevolent,
nurturing female energy.   
Stories of the Rainbow Woman are more than myths, they are parables relating to
spiritual experiences, miracles and moral standards of the day.
The behavior and extraordinary powers of the Rainbow Woman are beyond human
expression.  She taught the people how to love and live in peace.  She performed
miracles and occasionally corrected the people.
The Rainbow Woman/Lady of the Rainbow is not only a historical figure of olden
myth, her spirit lives at the sacred mountain.
Miracles of leaps in human consciousness have been witnessed over the course of
many generations.
Through the power of God, healings come from the Rainbow Woman expressing
herself in the water, air, minerals and flora.
Many people in modern times reported seeing apparitions or spirits resembling the
Rainbow Woman.
The Lady of the Rainbow is also said to be an indigenous manifestation of the Lady
of All People, Mary, Mother of God.