The Jaguar – An Aztec symbol of strength, war, and a representation of the jaguar god Tezcatlipoca. Tezcatlipoca was second only to the snake god Quetzalcoatl in religious importance.
Macuahuitl – This large double-edged wooden sword is studded with razor-sharp obsidian glass blades. Both sides of the band's shank feature this trusted weapon of the Jaguar Warrior.
Double-Headed Snake – Represents the feathered serpent god Quetzalcoatl, Aztec god of the wind and wisdom.
Turquoise – Prized above even gold, the Aztecs believed this stone had healing properties that would bring strength, prosperity, and success in battle.
Under Gallery – A skull Jaguar Warrior flanked by two warrior brothers, members of the other elite Aztec military unit—the Eagle Warriors.