Man in the Maze Ring
The Hopi The “man in the maze” is a visual representation of the Tohono O’odham Indians belief in life, death, and the afterlife. While interpretations vary, the human figure represents birth and the center of the maze, death. The maze is our journey through life and the roads we choose, the many turns and changes. Through all of our struggles and lessons, we grow wiser and stronger as we progress towards the center of the maze.
This is a large and substantial men's ring. Signed with an illegible artist name.
Material: Sterling silver
Size: 13.5. 1.25" tall face
Age: C. 1970