Travellers Pendant, Pewter

Canada
$22.00 $17.00
Item No. PF930
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The Salish tribes lived along Puget Sound and the Strait of Georgia. The dugout canoe was essential for living, where water was the main means of travel and nourishment. This pewter pendant shows three travellers wearing the traditional hat made from cedar strips. It measures approximately 2 inches across and 1 inch high. The adjustable cord is 18 to 32 inches in length. Made in Canada from lead-free pewter. Discontinued.

Matching earrings are available.

The Salish tribes lived along Puget Sound and the Strait of Georgia. The dugout canoe was essential for living, where water was the main means of travel and nourishment. This pewter pendant shows three travellers wearing the traditional hat made from cedar strips. It measures approximately 2 inches across and 1 inch high. The adjustable cord is 18 to 32 inches in length. Made in Canada from lead-free pewter. Discontinued.

Matching earrings are available.

  • Pewter Jewelry
    This hand-crafted pewter jewelry is made in Canada by Frederick Design. These high quality lead-free pewter pieces are designed by various artists including Native Canadians from both coastal and interior tribes.

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