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These distinctive and completely unique 14-karat gold studs are hand-carved and measure 1/4 inch in diameter. Created with symbols that represent the primary family crest figures found within British Columbian Native culture, these studs are wonderful for daily wear OR dress. They can be engraved with the following symbols: Orca (unity and communication), Eagle (pride and friendship), or Wolf (family). $180. By Justin Rivard.

These unique, wearable hoop stud earrings are hand-carved and measure 1/2 inch in diameter by 1/4 inch wide. Created with symbols that represent the primary family crest figures found within British Columbian Native culture, these earrings really capture the spirit of the Northwest Coast. These earrings can be engraved with the following symbols: Orca (communication and unity), Eagle (pride and friendship), Hummingbird (health), or Raven (creation and transition). $60. By Justin Rivard.

This sleek and completely unique pendant is hand-carved and measures one inch in diameter. This pendant can be engraved with the following symbols: Orca (unity), or Eagle (pride and friendship). $90. By Justin Rivard.

This sleek and completely unique pendant is hand-carved and measures 1 1/2 inches in diameter. This pendant makes a great gift that really epitomizes the West Coast. The Moon is a symbol associated with protection and maternal qualities...counterpoint to the Sun. $345. By Justin Rivard.

This striking and adjustable sterling silver collar necklace has been hand-engraved. At 3/4 inches width at the base, this choker is light and wearable, yet substantial and deeply carved. It displays two eagles facing one another, with a wing motif up the sides. The Eagle is a symbol of pride and friendship amongst most First Nations cultures on the West Coast. $500. By Justin Rivard.

These charming and versatile totem bead stoppers are hand-carved. They can be engraved with the following symbols: Hummingbird (good health), Wolf (family), Eagle (pride and friendship), Raven (creation), or Thunderbird (power and the sky). $100. By Justin Rivard.

This is a striking, bold collar necklace carved in the Haisla style. Hand-engraved by Haisla artist Kelvin Thompson, with an Octopus and Ravens design, this is a show-stopper! In Northwest Coast First Nations culture, the Raven is a symbol of creation and the Octopus is a symbol of transformation. $1300. By Kelvin Thompson.

These elegant yet wearable Northwest Coast Native First Nations dangle earrings have been hand-engraved by Justin Rivard using solid 14 carat gold. They depict a 'Salmon' design. Salmon are viewed as symbols of the life cycle and renewal. $500. By Justin Rivard.

This is a bold and beautiful Owl pendant that has been hand-engraved by an established Northwest Coast Native jeweler. Made from sterling silver, with 14k gold eyes. Measuring 1 5/8 inches high by 1 3/8 inches across, this piece is large enough to catch some eyes but small enough to wear regularly. Within many cultures in the Pacific Northwest, the Owl is a symbol of wisdom and mystery. Nocturnal and stealth, these great hunters demand respect. $560. By Kelvin Thompson.

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Afghanistan- Coin Silver Tribal Bead, Red Resin