Kwakiulth Loon Bowl by Gordon Twance

Kwakiulth Loon Bowl by Gordon Twance

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Superb Quality - Fully hand carved by the Kwakwakaw'wakw First Nations Artist Gordon Twance, Finest piece of Art work 

LOON FEAST BOWL

Solid cedar, light stain, polished, VERY deep detailed carvings, exceptionally beautiful piece of Indigenous Art, handwritten underneath: "Northwest Coast Kwakiult loon bowl, loon's are also used as a mask for a family tribal dance"

Measurements: total length: 17", 8" wide, 5" high to top of loons head

 

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About This Artist

Gordon Twance is a member of the Kwakiulth (Kwakwakaw'wakw) First Nation, Namgis, originating from Surrey in British Columbia, Canada's Pacific Northwest Coast.Artist bio and other available works »

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