Certified gemologist Lydia Courteille travels the world in search of the rare, unique jewels that comprise her whimsical adornments. Her latest collection finds its origins in the American Southwest, as Native American folklore inspires vibrant pieces rooted in the Rainbow Warrior Prophecy. Culture and fine design beautifully come together in each unique creation: rainbow-hued gemstones create a totem pole effect across cylinder earrings, oversized pendants evoke ceremonial dress, and diamond-embellished feathers garnish sunstones with a mystical spirit. Nearly every piece spotlights turquoise, believed to be much more precious than gold among Native Americans, symbolizing strength, good fortune, and Courteille’s devotion to rich tradition. View From the Top With an oversized cylinder shape and intricately placed gemstones in nearly every color of the rainbow, these stunning turquoise earrings more than mimic totem poles. Light As A Feather Whether molded from silver or glistening with diamond pave, the feather represents the creative force in Native American culture. Straight Arrow A symbol of the hunter, the arrowhead is believed to appeal to the adventurer within us all.