Copper and Sterling Silver Dragonfly Design Necklace
"We were taught the beauty of nature which surrounded us in all its riches and try to capture some of this beauty in all our artwork." - Harold Alfred
This gorgeous sterling silver pendant features a carved copper dragonfly formline, designed by Kwakwaka'wakw First Nation artist Harold Alfred. The pendant hangs on a unique, rope and hand-beaded necklace, complete with drawstrings to lengthen your necklace to your own preference.
Dragonfly represents a symbol of change, transformation and swiftness.
Harold Jackson Alfred, born in 1953, in Alert Bay on Cormorant Island, BC, is from the Kwakwaka’wakw Nation. He is a ‘Namgis artist currently living in Victoria, BC. For over forty years, Harold continues the Kwakwaka’wakw tradition of creating bold and innovative artwork based on the fundamentals of Northwest Coast design; which in itself is constantly changing and evolving. Creating in the tradition of his forefathers, Harold creates in a style that is distinctively his own. Besides learning the fundamentals and principles of Northwest Coast design, he has learned the importance of setting high standards in all endeavours.
- Sterling silver, copper
- Sizeable necklace rope, beads
- Approximately 17" can be sized to approx. 20"
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