Wolf Ring

United States
  • Wolf Ring, Sterling Silver
Item No. N818R

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This sterling silver wolf ring was designed by Bill Wilson, a Tlingit Indian raised in Hoonah, Alaska. The ring adjusts readily from about size 5 to size 10. The ring is from our collection of Trade Bracelets and Rings struck from dies made in the early 1900's, made in the USA.

This sterling silver wolf ring was designed by Bill Wilson, a Tlingit Indian raised in Hoonah, Alaska. The ring adjusts readily from about size 5 to size 10. The ring is from our collection of Trade Bracelets and Rings struck from dies made in the early 1900's, made in the USA.

Pandemic woes continue to plague the Metal Arts Group who are unable to keep up with demand. At this time we are no longer taking back orders. Please let us know if you would like to be notified when we have stock.

  • Wolf
    The wolf features strongly in both Indian and Inuit lore as a successful hunter. Once the object of fear among the white settlers and shot by bounty hunters, the wolf is becoming better understood and more appreciated, both in Canada and Alaska, and is depicted in art throughout the north. In Indian designs, the wolf is identified by an elongated snout with flaring nostrils, large teeth and ears, and a curled tail.

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