3 Eagles Wristlet

Canada
$26.00
Item No. B310
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This wristlet with a single, zip-shut pouch will hold all your essentials. Stow it in a purse or use it for running errands. The size is 7½ inches long and 4¾ inches high. Use the 6 inch leather wrist strap for carrying. The wristlet zips shut with a metal tab featuring Corrine's design of the raven and the box of daylight. Made of polyester fabric, fully lined. Made in Canada.

This wristlet with a single, zip-shut pouch will hold all your essentials. Stow it in a purse or use it for running errands. The size is 7½ inches long and 4¾ inches high. Use the 6 inch leather wrist strap for carrying. The wristlet zips shut with a metal tab featuring Corrine's design of the raven and the box of daylight. Made of polyester fabric, fully lined. Made in Canada.

  • Corrine Hunt
    Born in Alert Bay British Columbia in 1959, Corrine has been creating contemporary art that reflects the themes and traditions of her First Nations Komoyue and Tlingit heritage since 1985.

    Corrine's works include engraved gold and silver jewelry and accessories, custom furnishings in carved stainless steel and reclaimed wood, modern totem poles and other sculptural installations. She codesigned the medals for the 2010 Vancouver Olympics and Paralympics.

    We are pleased to offer the Sea to Sky Collection, a collaboration between Corrine Hunt and Boma Manufacturing.

    For more information on Corrine and her art, please visit www.corrinehunt.ca

  • 3 Eagles Bags
    The fabric used in these bags features Corrine Hunt's own take on the traditional First Nations three eagle design in a charcoal and black pattern. The printed fabric is waterproofed polyester with a foam backing. Each bag is fully lined. Made in Canada.
  • Raven & the Box of Daylight
    Long ago, by the mouth of a great river, lived an old chief and his only daughter. It was said that the old man kept the sun hidden away in a box. Raven wanted to have this sun and had tried to get it many times without success. At length he hit on a plan. He noticed that the daughter went to the well every day for a supply of water, so he transformed himself into a pine needle, dropped into her drinking water and was swallowed. She became pregnant and in due time he was reborn as the chief's grandson. Thus he gained access to the house.

    Raven became a great favorite with the old chief who let him have anything he asked for. One day he asked to play with the sun box, but this the old man refused to grant. Raven gave him no peace, and finally, weary of his whining, his grandfather let him play with it. The Raven quickly took the box and rolled it about until he had it outside. Then dashing the box to pieces, he took the sun in his beak and placed it in the sky, where it has been giving light to the world ever since.

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