Aboriginal Carving of a Crane on a Salmon

Article number: 100111
Availability: In stock

Carver: Pat Angs

Heron: The heron is valued as an alarm caller because of its loud warning call. In Myth, Heron appears as a watchman. It is identified with a long neck, long legs and pointed bill
Salmon: "The Giver of Life." Salmon is an important food source for the people of the Northwest Coast and accordingly always treated with great respect, and is often the crest figure for twins. Salmon is depicted with no teeth, but often with the hooked upper jaw associated with spawning salmon.

Dimensions: 25”x13”x6”

Weight: 0.62kg

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