Chilkat blanket woven by master weaver Jennie Thluanaut. Chilkat weaving is a art practiced by the Tlingit and Haid people of the Pacific Northwest. Sheldon Museum and Cultural Center.
Knife and sheath associated with Chief Shakes VI (Tlingit b.?–1916) ca. 1840–1890
Eagle and Killer Whale Cuff by Nicholas Galanin (Tlingit/Aleut)
Tlingit wood carver, Tommy Joseph carves alder wood at the Sitka National Historic Park
Eagle and Whales Tail Bracelet by Nicholas Galanin (Tlingit/Aleut) - Beyond Buckskin Boutique
Tlingit man and woman in full dancing costumes, Alaska
Tlingit copper and abalone bracelet, prior to 1896. From
Tlingit Chief with Tlingit people, mannequiin of Chief's costume to right
Tlingit Hat by Preston Singletary.
Shaaxsaani (Tlingit). Raven's Wing Bracelet. Native American artist. #nativeamerican
Jamie Nole_hummingbird tlingit
Tlingit PNW Coast Art
A Tlingit salmon rattle
Tlingit carved horn spoons
Tlingit Totem, Sitka
Lovebirds Large Necklace by Odin Lonning 2" X 1.3" inch Sterling Silver by Odin Lonning. Haida and Tlingit Indians have two main clans, the Eagles and the Ravens. Traditionally, members of the same clan cannot marry, so marriages signified the joining of an Eagle to a Raven. Eagle and Raven, when linked together, are known as lovebirds, symbolizing the strengths and benefits derived from their union.
<3 Totem poles ... In the Tlingit culture, the most powerful totems was the Raven. This totem is erected in Sitka, Alaska. <3 it!