Blue Heron Dance Rattle by Sarah Robertson

Blue Heron Dance Rattle by Sarah Robertson

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Beautiful!! Authentic Northwest Coast First Nations native Art, another gorgeous piece just arrived at our Gallery:

Hand carved, hand painted - design by our friend First Nations artist Sarah Robertson from Kingcome Inlet in BC, Canada's Pacific Northwest Coast. 

BLUE HERON DANCE RATTLE - fabulous craftsmanship, beautiful sound, deep and clean cuts - clear lines. The Rattle comes with a pine wooden stand and can be taken off easy. Just another gorgeous piece of art which clearly shows the female touch and is easy recognizable as one of Sarah's pieces of art. 

Measurements: 13" long x 7 1/2" high in stand x 1 1/2" wide, base is 5 1/4" x 3 1/2" 

Meaning: In the native culture of the Pacific Northwest Coast First Nations, the Heron is known to be a “lucky charm” for successful fishing. He is a symbol of grace, elegance, patience and good luck. At the same time Heron’s are known to be loner and in some tribes are associated with weakness for flattery and vanity.eding times. Like cranes, Indian herons are also sometimes associated with vanity and a weakness for flattery.

 

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About This Artist

Sarah Robertson is a member of the Kwakiutl (Kwakwaka’wakw) First Nation with part of her heritage connecting to the Coast Salish. She was born in Nanaimo, a small fishing town on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. She started...Artist bio and other available works »

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