- Materials: Yellow Gold and Silver
- Width: 3/8" / 10mm
- Artists: Charles Harper
- Totem Symbols: Sisiutl
- Styles: Canadian First Nations
- Categories: Rings
Seen as one of the most powerful crests in Kwakwaka’waka mythology, Sisiutl is a double headed sea serpent with transformation powers and is often depicted as a man with two serpents. He is the guardian of the spiritual world, invincible in battle, and possessor of vast shamanic powers. Sisiutl was depicted on canoes and entryways to stop evil spirits, while warriors would wear images of him on belts and other accessories for protection.
Born to the Frog Clan of Carrier Native, Charles started his professional career in 1974 and created unique Northwest Coast designs. Charles gained his inspiration from master artists Lloyd Wadhams Senior, George and Dennis Matilpi from Kwakiutl Nation. Charles developed his own unique style expressing his integrity, strength of character and gentle spirit. He is widely known for his design works in platinum, gold, white gold and silver jewelry. Charles also carves totem poles and wooden sculptures. Two of Charles' poles stand in front of Stoney Creek Band Longhouse.