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Killer Whale Helmet
Mike Dangeli (Nisga'a)

Killer Whales are widely considered clan ancestors. Living in human form in undersea villages, ki...

Killer Whales are widely considered clan ancestors. Living in human form in undersea villages, killer whales are often thought to be the reincarnations of great chiefs and are associated with wealth, unity and travel. Some prominent characteristic traits of Killer Whale are a rounded snout, blowhole, a dorsal fin, pectoral fins and a tail.

$8,000.00

Mosquito Ladle
Ken Mowatt (Gitxsan)

The first image on the handle of the ladle is the mosquito with a human figure in his mouth and t...

The first image on the handle of the ladle is the mosquito with a human figure in his mouth and then continuing at the base of the handle, an eagle, wolf, raven, salmon, and frog with its protruding tongue. On the underside of the ladle bowls the design of a killer whale, the dorsal fin carries a human face and from the blow hole extends the fireweed. Inside the bowl of the ladle, the tongue of the frog continues. The frog's tongue encircles a red space that opens to the other side of the scu...

$8,000.00

Salmon on Driftwood
Rod Smith (Kwakwaka'wakw)

Salmon is fundamental to all coastal peoples, and is a symbol of regeneration, health and life. M...

Salmon is fundamental to all coastal peoples, and is a symbol of regeneration, health and life. Many myths tell of people taken to the undersea world of the Salmon and return with secret knowledge and powers. Salmon have always been viewed as the life force for Indigenous communities. Salmon is often represented by scales, small fins and striated tail fin.

$800.00

Clapper
Alan Weir (Haida)

$2,500.00

Raven and Light Drum
Robert Davidson (Haida)

Raven is central to coastal mythology. As a culture hero, a transformer, and a trickster, his adv...

Raven is central to coastal mythology. As a culture hero, a transformer, and a trickster, his adventures at the beginning of time released the sun and the moon and brought the world into existence. Raven is identified by its straight beak and lack of ears or plumage on the head.

$35,000.00

Cedar Hat
Maxine Edgars (Haida)

$2,000.00

Seal Head
Rod Smith (Kwakwaka'wakw)

These works are hand-painted and design features may vary.

These works are hand-painted and design features may vary.

$1,400.00

Maquinna Hat
Artist Unknown (Nuu-Chah-Nulth)

$2,200.00

Eagle Rattle
Charlie Johnson (Kwakwaka'wakw)

Eagle is one of the most important beings in the art and mythology of the Northwest Coast. It is ...

Eagle is one of the most important beings in the art and mythology of the Northwest Coast. It is respected for its intel­ligence and power, as well as its extraordinary vision, in both the literal and figurative senses. Eagles in myth are, likewise, usu­ally noble characters. Eagle is revered as a powerful hunter. Groups of mythical Eagles may gather for co-operative whale hunting expeditions, since, unlike the giant Thunderbird, Eagle is not strong enough to hunt whales alone. Eagle may ofte...

$1,600.00

Raven Dance Prop
Richard Sumner (Kwakwaka'wakw)

Raven is central to coastal mythology. As a culture hero, a transformer, and a trickster, his adv...

Raven is central to coastal mythology. As a culture hero, a transformer, and a trickster, his adventures at the beginning of time released the sun and the moon and brought the world into existence.

$2,800.00

Dogfish Plaster
Bill Reid (Haida)

c. 1991This is a plaster of the yellow cedar Dogfish door that Reid carved in 1968 and which was ...

c. 1991This is a plaster of the yellow cedar Dogfish door that Reid carved in 1968 and which was used to make an edition of paper casts in 1991.

$90,000.00

Eagle Dagger
John Livingston (Non-Indigenous)

Eagle is one of the most important beings in the art and mythology of the Northwest Coast. It is ...

Eagle is one of the most important beings in the art and mythology of the Northwest Coast. It is respected for its intel­ligence and power, as well as its extraordinary vision, in both the literal and figurative senses. Eagles in myth are, likewise, usu­ally noble characters. Eagle is revered as a powerful hunter. Groups of mythical Eagles may gather for co-operative whale hunting expeditions, since, unlike the giant Thunderbird, Eagle is not strong enough to hunt whales alone. Eagle may ofte...

$2,200.00

Salmon on Driftwood
Rod Smith (Kwakwaka'wakw)

Salmon is fundamental to all coastal peoples, and is a symbol of regeneration, health and life. M...

Salmon is fundamental to all coastal peoples, and is a symbol of regeneration, health and life. Many myths tell of people taken to the undersea world of the Salmon and return with secret knowledge and powers. Salmon have always been viewed as the life force for Indigenous communities. Salmon is often represented by scales, small fins and striated tail fin.

$800.00

Abstract S-Form Sculpture
Rod Smith (Kwakwaka'wakw)

Measurements do not include the base.Base: 1 ½" H x 5 ½" W x 4" D

Measurements do not include the base.Base: 1 ½" H x 5 ½" W x 4" D

$800.00

Bear Rattle Sculpture
Bill Reid (Haida)

Bear is a dominant crest symbol. Bears are closely related to humans especially when standing on ...

Bear is a dominant crest symbol. Bears are closely related to humans especially when standing on their hind legs, bridging the human and non-human realms. Their strength and intelligence are universally respected and they are considered to be helping spirits of warriors. Bear is often depicted with a short snout, round paws, stubby tail and bared teeth.

$35,000.00

Chilkat Bag
Willie White (Tsimshian)

This piece is stored off-site. To arrange a viewing, please contact the gallery directly.Chilkat ...

This piece is stored off-site. To arrange a viewing, please contact the gallery directly.Chilkat weaving can be applied to blankets, jewelry, robes, dance tunics, aprons, bags, hats, and wall-hangings.

$2,500.00