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Eagle Tradition Enamel Pin

Eagle Tradition Enamel Pin

Native Northwest

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Elevate your fashion game with our Eagle Tradition Enamel Pin, featuring captivating designs by renowned Haida artist Donnie Edenshaw. Each pin is carefully presented on a printed card, perfect for self-gifting or showing appreciation to a loved one. Support indigenous artists and add a unique touch to your attire with this exceptional pin.

  • Each pin measures approximately 1 to 1½ inches (2.5 to 3.8 cm)
  • Golden plated zinc alloy, hard enamel, rubber clasp back
  • Designed by an Indigenous artist
  • Artist is fairly compensated & credited for their work
  • Cultural traditions are honored by acknowledging cultural affiliation on the product packaging
  • Product type: Enamel Pin
  • Shipping Weight: 0.06 lb (1.0 oz; 28 g)
  • SKU010011823 | 629117054630 | EP28

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Donnie Edenshaw

About the Artist

Donnie Edenshaw

Donnie Edenshaw otherwise known as Gaju Xial, meaning "Song and Dance Man" is the son of Haida artist Cooper Wilson. At the age of 10, Donnie started to construct his own art. It started with him creating simple sketches of his father’s Argillite pieces. Once he became familiar with the forms, he moved onto carving. He training was watching his father, and then later he participated in Christian White’s apprenticeship program. After mastering Argillite he moved his artistic expression onto carving wood and ivory, and then to gold and silver jewelry.

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Native Northwest

We believe that Indigenous artists should be treated fairly and with respect.

Each of our exchanges, from the sourcing and compensation of Indigenous artists, to our staff and merchants, are part of a lifelong relationship between Indigenous cultures and the communities we pledge to honour and respect. Authenticity of art, design, and culture is the foundation to our mission of building everyday connection to Indigenous cultures.

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