Crafted in our signature ring mold, this signet ring is inspired by Native American culture, featuring the skull of a chief wearing a headdress and arrows carved into the sides of the ring.
While the role of chief has changed over time, the tradition of Native American leadership is one that dates back centuries. In many tribes, the chief was responsible for both political and spiritual matters. He would often act as a mediator in disputes, and his word was law.
The chief was also responsible for leading hunting and war parties, and he often had a dedicated group of warriors who served as his personal guard.
As tribes began to interact with the European settlers, the role of chief became even more important. In many cases, they were the primary negotiators in treaties and other dealings with the settlers.
In some instances, they even served as military leaders, leading their warriors into battle against the settlers.
Today, the role of Native American chief is not as politically or militarily powerful as it once was. However, they are still seen as leaders and guardians of their people, and they play an important role in Tribal ceremonies and celebrations.