This is a listing for a new, unworn, hand-engraved sterling silver American Indian cuff bracelet. Created by Northwest Coast Native artist, Travis Henry, this is a quintessentially West Coast jewelry item that makes a great gift. This cuff bracelet measures 3/4" wide and 6" long; therefore, it will fit a wrist between 6 1/4" - 6 3/4" in circumference. The shape of the cuff can easily be adjusted, and 6 long fits most average-sized adults.
It is signed on the inside and the outside depicts the'Wolf'. Within most Northwest Coast First Nations cultures, the Wolf is a symbol of family because they travel in packs and often mate for life. Travis has been carving since 1982.
He apprenticed with Patrick Seaweed for three months in 1987 and also worked with his brother Graham for six years. Travis carves silver and silver/gold combination jewellery including bracelets, rings, pins and pendants. He works in a Kwakwaka'wakw style since he has been living on Vancouver Island for most of his life. He is known for his clean lines and uniquely Southern British Columbia style of engraving. Keywords: "Bill Reid", "Robert Davidson", "Haida cuff", "gold haida bracelet", "trickster pendant", "crow skull", "hopi cuff", "mens native cuff".
The item "New Sterling Silver Wolf Haida Style Bracelet. 75 Wide Northwest Native Cuff" is in sale since Saturday, June 21, 2014. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Canada\ Aboriginal". The seller is "artfromabove" and is located in Vancouver, British Columbia. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, Australia, Japan.