Ojibwa Paddle Pendant

TBP502
  • Descriptions

    Tribal Series
    (The traditions and culture of Native American Tribes.)

    The Ojibwa mostly inhabited the shores around the Five Great Lakes and their tributaries. When harvesting wild rice and when transporting from village to village, Ojibwa used canoes. The canoe and paddle are very symbolic to them for that reason. The floral design in the pendant has been used in the Ojibwa’s traditional bead crafts.

    The chain is not included in the price.
  • Materials

    Sterling Silver
  • Measurement

    Height: 2 1/2 with Bale
    Width: 3/8"



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