These beatiful hand-carved Sterling Silver stud earrings measure 1/2 an inch in diameter and are slightly domed, each dipicting the image of the Eagle. The Eagle is seen as a symbol of power and prestige and also has a strong connection to peace. The eagle is featured in many examples of Northwest Coast Native art including jewellery, Totems and other carvings. This species is still plentiful in the Pacific Northwest and is a very important in the Coastal Native culture. Learn more about the First Nations Legends.
First Nations Artist
Garry Seaweed learned his craft from his father Alfred Seaweed both members of the Kwakiutl (Qua-que-tull) Native band from Alert Bay on the northeast coast of Vancouver Island. Garry continues to work by his father's side in their studio in Victoria, British Columbia.