14 Karat Native Carved Hummingbird Bracelet
This beautifully carved 14kt yellow gold North West First Nations bracelet is hand carved and signed by the artist. This piece depicts The Hummingbird harvesting nectar. This bracelet was carved and signed in 2009 by an unknown Haida Artist. The Haida Native Band is located in Haida Gwai also know as the Queen Charlotte Islands of the North West Coast of British Columbia.
The bracelet weighs 31.8 grams and measures up to 3/4 inch wide and is 6.25 inches long and currently set as a 2 1/2 inch cuff. The bracelet will easily fit a 7 to 8 inch wrist This piece has beautiful deep carved lines, very nice cross hatching and details and a lovely design.
A literal messenger of joy, this beautiful tiny bird, also called Sah Sen, represents friendship, playfulness, and is a symbol of good luck in Northwest Coastal Native art. It is a positive sign to see Sah Sen prior to a major event such as hunting or traveling to another village. Hummingbird's ability to hover back and forth at great speeds is believed to be a skill for guiding the people; if they fall behind Hummingbird can easily back up to keep pace.
This bracelet ships free to Canada and the Continental United States via tracked Canada Post or is available for in store viewing and pick up.