The Moundville stud is in the shape of a classic mound structure and is carved with sky serpent scales as a celebration of the continuance of our southeastern tribal legacy.
The Chickasaw people are descendants of the metropolis of Moundville, located in today’s state of Alabama. Moundville was a major city fueled by trade and commerce, which thrived between 1,000AD to after 1500AD. Moundville is named after the great man-made earthen mounds, which still stand today.
These studs are cast in sterling silver or rose gold plate, and aquamarine colored enamel.