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Indigenous Influenced Rubber Stamps

Model: 957-C
The legend of the dreamcatcher in some native cultures is that mothers and grandmothers would weave a magical web for their children, using willow hoops and sinew. These hoops would be hung above their beds to protect them from nightmares. This web would only allow the good dreams and good thoughts..
$12.00
Model: 949-E
One of the most visited attractions in Stanley Park are the First Nations totem poles, located at Brockton Point Vancouver BC.2 1/4" wide by 3 1/4" high Dimensions given are for block size, actual image will be 1/4" less..
$14.00
Model: 356-C
Beautifully detailed native artwork of the Coast Salish.2" wide by 2 1/4" high Dimensions given are for block size, actual image will be 1/4" less..
$12.00
Model: 258-D
Mischievous and curious, the Raven plays many important roles in Pacific Northwest Coast Culture. For some, he symbolizes creation, transformation, knowledge, prestige as well as the complexity of nature and the subtlety of truth. He also symbolizes the unknown and shows that every person sees the w..
$13.00
Model: 257-E
The beauty of this native design is shown in the dramatic lines and curves of the story it tells.2 1/2" high by 3 1/4" wide Dimensions given are for block size, actual image will be 1/4" less..
$14.00
Model: 256-G
Wasco is the Haida's sea monster. Often they were a whale-wolf combination like Wasco with wolf tail and head, but also with fins and clawed flippers.Wasco is a popular being found in many myths and legends and is considered a spirit guide by Haida fishermen.3" high by 4 1/4" wide Dimensions g..
$16.00
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