Jessie Pruden is a Metis beader from Winnipeg, Manitoba. She identifies as a queer, disabled, Metis woman, and finds lots of colour and lights in those communities that she channels in her contemporary hand beaded designs. Her fun and colourful designs are inspired by her friends, family, nature and her culture.
The Jacksons are WILDLY popular, and possibly that’s due to their simplicity. Carrying either
three or four colours, they are easy to dress up or down.
Light weight at 4″ long x 1″ at widest point.
Gold plated shepherds hooks.