• Turquoise Coin Purse

    Dorothy Grant

    $25.00 CAD

    Genuine Leather
    Made in Canada

  • Turquoise Wristlet

    Dorothy Grant

    $35.00 CAD

    Genuine Leather
    Made in Canada

  • Red Wristlet

    Dorothy Grant

    $35.00 CAD

    Genuine Leather
    Made in Canada

  • Black Wristlet

    Dorothy Grant

    $35.00 CAD

    Genuine Leather
    Made in Canada

  • Red Coin Purse

    Dorothy Grant

    $25.00 CAD

    Genuine Leather
    Made in Canada

  • Black Coin Purse

    Dorothy Grant

    $25.00 CAD

    Genuine Leather
    Made in Canada

  • Black Shopper Bag

    Dorothy Grant

    $285.00 CAD

    Genuine Leather
    Made in Canada

  • Red Shopper Bag

    Dorothy Grant

    $285.00 CAD

    Genuine Leather
    Made in Canada

  • Red Triangle Backpack

    Dorothy Grant

    $225.00 CAD

    Genuine Leather
    Made in Canada

  • Black Triangle Backpack

    Dorothy Grant

    $225.00 CAD

    Genuine Leather
    Made in Canada

  • Hecate Strait Scarf – State II

    Susan Point

    $420.00 CAD

    100% Silk; Limited Edition of 100

    Exclusively available through Coastal Peoples Gallery

    “Hecate Strait is a wide but shallow strait between Haida Gwaii (formerly known as the Queen Charlotte Islands) and the mainland of British Columbia.  Hecate Strait, because it is so shallow, is especially susceptible to violent storms and weather; therefore, has always been revered by the Northwest Coast First Nations Peoples.

    The shallow waters make it an abundant place for marine life, especially for spotting Orcas and Humpback Whales breaching.

    In this scarf design, I’ve illustrated the turbulent waters, abundance of Orcas, and Salmon.

    Orcas are great guardians of the ocean, with Seals as slaves and Dolphins as warriors.  Orcas are closely related to humans; I was told many legends as a child of the whale people and their villages beneath the sea.

    Salmon are a symbol of abundance, wealth and prosperity because Salmon are the primary food source for the people of the Northwest Coast.  It is also symbolic of dependability and renewal representing the provider of life.  Salmon in pairs are good luck.”

    – Susan Point, 2018

  • Hecate Strait Scarf – State I

    Susan Point

    $420.00 CAD

    100% Silk; Limited Edition of 100

    Exclusively available through Coastal Peoples Gallery

    “Hecate Strait is a wide but shallow strait between Haida Gwaii (formerly known as the Queen Charlotte Islands) and the mainland of British Columbia.  Hecate Strait, because it is so shallow, is especially susceptible to violent storms and weather; therefore, has always been revered by the Northwest Coast First Nations Peoples.

    The shallow waters make it an abundant place for marine life, especially for spotting Orcas and Humpback Whales breaching.

    In this scarf design, I’ve illustrated the turbulent waters, abundance of Orcas, and Salmon.

    Orcas are great guardians of the ocean, with Seals as slaves and Dolphins as warriors.  Orcas are closely related to humans; I was told many legends as a child of the whale people and their villages beneath the sea.

    Salmon are a symbol of abundance, wealth and prosperity because Salmon are the primary food source for the people of the Northwest Coast.  It is also symbolic of dependability and renewal representing the provider of life.  Salmon in pairs are good luck.”

    – Susan Point, 2018

  • Tote Bag

    Coastal Peoples Gallery

    $15.00 CAD

    Canvas tote bag

    14 x 16 x 3″ (excluding handles)

  • Hands Shawl Charcoal

    Dorothy Grant

    $175.00 CAD

    50% Merino Wool 50% Silk

    “We believe the hands are connected to the heart centre, which the Haida believe was the mind centre. The right and the left hands have human faces in the palms that represent creativity, healing and communication. Thus, the artist communicates their work through working with their hands.” – Dorothy Grant

  • Hands Shawl Turquoise

    Dorothy Grant

    $175.00 CAD

    50% Merino Wool 50% Silk

    “We believe the hands are connected to the heart centre, which the Haida believe was the mind centre. The right and the left hands have human faces in the palms that represent creativity, healing and communication. Thus, the artist communicates their work through working with their hands.” – Dorothy Grant

  • Killerwhale Shawl Red

    Dorothy Grant

    $200.00 CAD

    50% Merino Wool 50% Silk

  • Killerwhale Shawl Blue

    Dorothy Grant

    $200.00 CAD

    50% Silk 50% Merino Wool

  • Spirit Button Wrap, Bear Design (Espresso)

    Clarence Mills

    $200.00 CAD

    This beautiful Spirit Button Wrap comes from the “Spirit Collection” by fashion designer Chloe Angus. The design is by Haida artist Clarence Mills. This wrap can be worn in various ways and is made of 85% Acrylic and 15% wool, with Abalone shell buttons.

    Chloe’s vision is to create a high fashion collection incorporating art by utilizing jewelry, screen printing and stitching to subtly highlight ancient First Nations art techniques. In attempt to unite the cultures and artist’s that she works with, Chloe Angus Design donates a percentage of each Spirit piece to the Vancouver Aborginal Friendship Centre.

    Colour: Espresso

    Sizes: Regular (24.5 x 65″); Long (24.5 x 80.5″)

    Crest figures: Bear, Eagle & Moon, Salmon, Raven and Formline (modern) – please contact us regarding availability

     

     

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