Wolf Silver Teardrop Earrings Native Pacific Northwest Coast Salish First Nation
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Wolf Silver Teardrop Earrings Native Pacific Northwest Coast Salish First Nation:
TheseWolf Silver Teardrop Earrings are designed by Richard Krentz from the Coast Salish Nation andsymbolize a Pacific Northwest Coast Native Wolf Design. Theyare hand crafted andcarved with an engraver into 22 gage or 0.6 mm thicksterling silver.The earrings are close to 1 inche long and 5/8 of an inch wide.They aresigned on the back and come with information aboutRichard Krentzand the symbol. TheEarrings aremade in the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island inBritish Columbia, Canada.
InCoast Salish Culture the wolf traditionally represents the teacher and nurturer. He represents the lessons to be learned from thoughtful contemplation of the world and the experience that life brings.The wolf alsosignifies a willingness both to lead the way and to be led.
The Pacific Northwest Coast Native Cultureslike the Coast Salish, Haida, Kwakwaka´wakwor Kwakiutl, Tlingit, Tahltan, Nisga'a, Gitskan, Haisla, Nuxalk, Heiltsuk, Oweekeno, Nuu-Chah-Nulth and Makahare famous for their beautiful designs and fine jewelry. High quality rings, bracelets, earrings and pendants made of silver and gold are highly valued all over the world. In these Native American Culturesjewellery wasand still is used today in ceremonies and everyday life, to represent wealth and high standing. These Pacific Northwest Coast Native First Nations are situated on Vancouver Island, the West Coast and Interior of B.C., Haida Gwaii or The Queen Charlotte Islands, Alaska and the Northwest Coast of the USA.
Richard Krentz, whose name is kwátám-us in the Coast Salish language of the Sechelt Nation, is a man of two worlds: he is one of Canada's most renowned aboriginal artists; he is also a natural entrepreneur. Richard is well known for his beautiful gold and silver jewellery as well as for his wood carving skills. He has built over 20 longhouses and many totem poles. The largest of which is the tallest totem pole of the worldwhich stands in Victoria, BC, Canada. Richard lives in the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada.
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