Hummingbird Cane/Walking Stick, yellow cedar, by Doug (Bear) Horne

Hummingbird Cane/Walking Stick, yellow cedar, by Doug (Bear) Horne

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Another unique and special piece by Bear (Doug) Horne from the Coast Salish First Nations on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada

Hand carved!!! HUMMINGBIRD CANE

gorgeous yellow cedar, easy recognizable as Doug's work, elegant and powerful, very clean lines, very deep lines, oiled and polished. Fabulous. The cane comes with a wooden base, signed!

Measurements: 35 1/2" tall, 6" wide and 2" thick

Meaning: The Hummingbird teaches you to appreciate and love the miracle of living and to help you focus on the positivity in your life. They represent friendship, playfulness and are a symbol of good luck. They are seen as messengers of peace, heal body and soul and guide you through life's challenges. 

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About This Artist

Bear (Doug) Horne is son of master carver Doug Lafortune from Tsawout First Nation and Kathleen Horne from Pacheedaht First Nation. Doug has grown up in the Tsawout community, and since early childhood has been immersed in Coast Salish art,...Artist bio and other available works »

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