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Hand-engraved Silver Northwest Coast Native Totem Beads Pandora Charms For Sale
These charming and versatile beads are hand-engraved by British Columbian First Nations artist, Justin Rivard. They are available for $35.00 each.
Created with symbols that represent the primary family crest figures found within British Columbian Native Indian culture, these beads can be stacked, strung, or integrated into bracelets and necklaces. The beads measure 5/16" high and 1/2" across, with an opening of 3/8".
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They can be engraved with the following symbols:
Salmon - regeneration
Hummingbird - good health, thejoyful messenger
Wolf - family and loyalty Bear - authority and knowledge Thunderbird -power and a symbol of the Heavens
Orca - unity and communication
Frog - innocence and communication
Eagle - pride and friendship Raven - creation, transformationand transition > Please note that these are hand-crafted items and that orders can take up to two weeks to process In addition to being trained artistically as a carver, Justin is a trained jeweller. He is dedicated to applying his skills to new and unconventional forms, while using the same media of gold, silver and semi-precious stones. For example, Justin has created carved businesscard holders, lighter covers, and cufflinks. Justin trained with Kwakwaka'wakw artist Ray Dumont for 16 years and has work in Canadian, American and Scottish galleries.