There are various modifications of the Sun Circle within southeastern cultures; and all contain concentric circles, a spiral, the Cross or the Open Eye. The most common appearances of Sun Circles were on Mississippian bottles. They are sometimes called sun circles.
Today these symbols still suggest the relationships of man and earth to the sun, which generously and faithfully lights our way, warms our days and brings forth food.
Mahota Textiles is the first tribally owned textile company. We draw our inspiration from our Southeastern heritage, creating elevated and meaningful textiles designed in Oklahoma and woven in the USA.
Every Mahota textile is designed in Oklahoma by Chickasaw tribal artists and woven from natural materials.
100% Egyptian Cotton
Designed by Oklahoman Chickasaw artists, and woven in the USA.