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      BYR-518 West Coast Totem Award
These West coast totem awards are crafted in clear glass with polished edges. A totem pole is a symbol of the qualities, experience and accomplishments of a First Nations clan. The first totems were carved from mature cedar trees and used in the Potlatch ceremonies of families clans of the Pacific Northwest. They were carved to represent the emblem of the family as a reminder of its history and to honor its ancestors, the clan's standing, rights and accomplishments, or to record a memorable ceremony or record a spiritual experience. The totem carvings tell a story, revealed only if one knows the meaning assigned to various animals, fish, birds and designs and where they are placed on the pole. Each totem award is signed by the artist. (Please note image shows curved glass award, no longer available)

Sizes: 4” W x 8” H

Colors/Design: Haida Eagle Totem (Image 1 & 3), Haida Eagle (Image 2), Haida Wolf Moon (Image 2), Haida Salmon (Image 3).

Packaging: Comes packaged in a box suitable for shipping and an enclosure card.

Customizations: Engraving on the base of the award with a simple logo and a line of text up to 3 1/2" W x 1 1/2" T is included and an artwork set up fee of $65 applies.

Notes: SHIPPING NOTE: To avoid mishandling of glass items in transit we recommend air shipping for this product. If ground shipping is preferred, Idea Incentives does not accept responsibility for any damage to goods caused by ground service. Lead time is 2 - 3 weeks before shipping.

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