Large Eagle Headdress by Emil Thibert

Large Eagle Headdress by Emil Thibert

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Excellent, vibrant, large and unique - Finest piece of Art from the First Nations of Canada, originating from Vancouver Island's Pacific Northwest Coast.

Large Eagle Headdress - articulated - on Stand by the First Nation Artist EMIL THIBERT

Richly decorated with the traditional cedar bark and feathers, gorgeous piece - the beak is moveable through thin lining and does make a fabulous clapping sound

Measurements: Total: 18" long (without decoratiion), 14" tall in stand, 8" wide - SOLID cedar wood, the base is 14" x 6.5" x 2.5"

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About This Artist

Emil Thibert is a renowned Northwest Coast Metis artist of Saulteaux/Cree/French heritage who grew up in Alberta and now resides in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He studied the Kwakiutl style carving from Carl Simeon of Campbell River in British...Artist bio and other available works »

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