- Materials: Silver 925 / Sterling Silver
- Width: 3/8" / 10mm
- Size: 6" in length with 3/4" gap / 15cm in length with 2cm gap
- Totem Symbols: Eagle, Sun
- Artists: Garner Moody
- Styles: Canadian First Nations
- Categories: Bracelets
The Sun represents abundance, life, healing, and warmth. Released from a box by the Raven, the Sun Chief inhabits the sky and could only be reached by climbing a chain of arrows. The Sun is often carved on totems and masks and sits atop the tallest totem pole.
A symbol of power, prestige and wisdom. The Eagle is believed to have the greatest connection to the creator and sends messages from the people to the spiritual world. It is a symbol of peace and leadership, the sacred down represents friendship and its feathers are used for ceremonies and rituals.
Born to the Raven Clan of Haida. Garner Moody began carving at the age of 15. Apprenticed to Bill Reid he acquired design and painting skills and was later asked to work with the master of the Canoe project. As one the new generation of artists, Garner Moody continues to express Haida traditions to produce poles, masks and argillite carvings, and a great variety of gold and silver. The beautiful design and detailed craftsmanship of his art piece is the true expression of Haida art.