Hummingbird and Killer Whale with Crescent Moon Bracelet
Hummingbird and Killer Whale with Crescent Moon Bracelet
Hummingbird and Killer Whale with Crescent Moon Bracelet
Hummingbird and Killer Whale with Crescent Moon Bracelet
Hummingbird and Killer Whale with Crescent Moon Bracelet

Hummingbird and Killer Whale with Crescent Moon Bracelet

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Hummingbird and Killer Whale with Crescent Moon Bracelet

312 Water Street

Pickup available, usually ready in 24 hours

312 Water Street
Vancouver BC V6B 1B6
Canada

6046816884

Size Guide

  • Materials: Sterling Silver 925
  • Width: 1" / 25mm
  • Size; 6" in length and 1" gap / 15cm in length and 2.5cm gap
  • Totem Symbols: Hummingbird, Killer Whale, Moon
  • Artists: Cristiano Bruno Matilpi
  • Styles: Canadian First Nations
  • Categories: Bracelets

Killer Whale

Killer Whales or Orcas symbolize love of all types, representing romance, loyalty and close ties between family and friends. It offers protection to travelers far from home, helping to guide your journey back. In myth the Orca is closely linked to humans; it is said that those lost at sea are transformed into these whales and have gone to live in a underwater village. Seen as the guardian of the ocean, the Orca is a strong spirit, which symbolizes longevity, resiliency and knowing that you are not alone.

Moon

The Moon is seen in Northwest Coast mythology as a guardian and protector of the people, one of the most powerful beings. He acts as guide, and timekeeper, giving good luck and abundance to the people. The moon is often seen in a Ravens mouth which depicts a creation myth where the Raven releases the sun, moon, and stars into the sky. An eclipse is said to be a Codfish trying to swallow the moon.

Hummingbird

Joyful messengers who represent peace, affection, and good fortune. The Hummingbird is a living rainbow that captures the sunlight and turns it into a jewel on its wings, signifying love, beauty and healing. This tiny bird is also called "Sah Sen" and is considered good luck, especially if seen before a major event.

Cristiano Bruno Matilpi

Born in B.C. in 1981 of an Italian father and a first nation mother of Kwakiutl tribe Namsiis in Albert Bay. Raised in Italy for 12 years with early exposure to art and music. By the age 15, he started to learn native carving. With the inspiration and guidance of his uncle Charles Harper, Cristiano has grown as a young artist. He has benefited by the encouragement of his uncle Dennis Matilpi, cousins Mike Matilpi, Carrie Mutilpi. He is enjoying his carving career, loves Hummingbird, wolf, Killer Whale and Eagle.

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