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Card Holder-Hummingbird by Maynard Johnny Jr. -Coast Salish, Kwakwaka’waka

$12.99
Vegan leather (100% polyurethane) with stainless steel case. Made for business cards, but also great for going out light with just an ID and credit card.

Charles Morgan Ship Model

$21.99
The Morgan was launched on July 21, 1841, from the yard of Jethro and Zachariah Hillman in New Bedford, Massachusetts. She typically sailed with a crew of about 35, representing sailors from around the world. 6.25" x 6.25" x 1.75"

Circle Scarf

$26.99
With a couple twists, this luxuriously soft 100% bamboo scarf turns into a warm wrap or endlessly customizable infinity scarf featuring authentic Indigenous design.

Cotton Socks – After the Storm, Corey Bulpitt, Haida

$18.99
After the Storm by Corey Bulpitt. Thick, heavy-weight cotton blend mid-calf socks with knitted design After the Storm by Haida artist, Corey Bulpitt are perfect for keeping cold feet toasty warm. "I am honoured to create art that respects the traditions of my ancestors from the Naikun Raven clan on Haida Gwaii." - Corey Bulpitt, Haida

Crow

$23.99
Handcrafted metal Crow looking straight, on stand. Jack Willoughby lives on Vancouver Island where the ocean beaches give him much of his inspiration. Jack's career as an artist began in steel working, then teaching metal work at a Vancouver college where the freedom to create his own designs soon led him to start up Anvil Island Design. Jack's unique metal art is sold throughout North America, Europe and Japan. The strength and simplicity of his work makes it equally at home in the house, office or in an outdoor setting. 5.5" x 2.5" x5.5"

Crow Looking Back

$23.99
Handcrafted metal Crow looking over shoulder, on stand. Jack Willoughby lives on Vancouver Island where the ocean beaches give him much of his inspiration. Jack's career as an artist began in steel working, then teaching metal work at a Vancouver college where the freedom to create his own designs soon led him to start up Anvil Island Design. Jack's unique metal art is sold throughout North America, Europe and Japan. The strength and simplicity of his work makes it equally at home in the house, office or in an outdoor setting. 5.5" x 2.5" x3.5"

Crow on Stand

$36.99
Handcrafted metal First Nations crow on stand. Jack Willoughby lives on Vancouver Island where the ocean beaches give him much of his inspiration. Jack's career as an artist began in steel working, then teaching metal work at a Vancouver college where the freedom to create his own designs soon led him to start up Anvil Island Design. Jack's unique metal art is sold throughout North America, Europe and Japan. The strength and simplicity of his work makes it equally at home in the house, office or in an outdoor setting. 14"x 3"x6"

Crow with Berry

$96.99
Handcrafted metal First Nations Crow with red berry. Jack Willoughby lives on Vancouver Island where the ocean beaches give him much of his inspiration. Jack's career as an artist began in steel working, then teaching metal work at a Vancouver college where the freedom to create his own designs soon led him to start up Anvil Island Design. Jack's unique metal art is sold throughout North America, Europe and Japan. The strength and simplicity of his work makes it equally at home in the house, office or in an outdoor setting.

Crows Conversing Hooks

$45.99
Handcrafted metal "Crows Conversing" hooks. Jack Willoughby lives on Vancouver Island where the ocean beaches give him much of his inspiration. Jack's career as an artist began in steel working, then teaching metal work at a Vancouver college where the freedom to create his own designs soon led him to start up Anvil Island Design. Jack's unique metal art is sold throughout North America, Europe and Japan. The strength and simplicity of his work makes it equally at home in the house, office or in an outdoor setting. 10" x .75" x 6"

Cutty Sark Model

$411.99
Cutty Sark is a British clipper ship. Built on the River Leven, Dumbarton, Scotland in 1869 for the Jock Willis Shipping Line, she was one of the last tea clippers to be built and one of the fastest, coming at the end of a long period of design development, which halted as sailing ships gave way to steam propulsion.