- Materials: Silver 925 / Sterling Silver
- Width: 3/8" / 10mm
- Totem Symbols: Frog
- Artists: Travis Henry
- Styles: Canadian First Nations
- Categories: Rings
A symbol of prosperity, wealth, and good luck. In Tsimshian culture, the Frog is known as the communicator between Earth and mankind. Their song carries divine power and magic; it represents Spring and the abundance to come. The Haida carved frogs on their house posts to keep them from falling over. When the frog is shown sticking out its tongue and touching another creature, it portrays the sharing of knowledge and power.
Nation: Coast Salish Travis Henry was born in 1967 in Cowichan, British Columbia on Vancouver Island. As a member of the Cowichan Nation Coast Salish people, his work reflects the Kwakwaka’wakw style. Travis’ family crest is the Sun. He was trained by the Seaweed family, who are well known and respected carvers from Alert Bay on Cormorant Island. His gold and sterling silver carved jewelry can be found in collections in Japan, the United States, Europe, Australia, and his native Canada. Travis currently lives in Langford, British Columbia with his young growing family.