This is a magnificent Pacific Northwest Native American art limited edition print by Todd Jason Baker of the Squamish Nation. Todd is a master artist and lives in West Vancouver, Canada - see Todd Baker profile.
The speaker's staff or talking stick as it is sometimes known, is traditionally held by the speaker who stand beside the chief at ceremonies and announces the chief's wishes. The characters depicted on this art print include a Raven wearing a potlatch hat at the top, Tsaamuus the Snag in a Sea Grizzly bear form in the middle and finally a younger Raven at the bottom.
This Northwest Coast Native Indian art print is 7 3/4 inches by 29 3/4 inches. It is one of 200 produced, numbered and signed by the artist. This unique piece of Native American artwork fits very well in a Riba frame available at IKEA.
Since this is an authentic, hand-made, one of a kind Northwest Native American artwork, it comes with a signed gallery certificate certifying its authenticity.
Our price below is 20% to 50% lower than for a comparable piece found at a street retail gallery. Add in the free shipping within North America and you will see that this piece is of exceptional value.
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Shipping within United States/Canada is FREE
Flat rates to other international destinations are;
$40 US/Cdn for 4 to 8 weeks delivery or
$80 US/Cdn for 4 to 8 business days delivery
Consider ordering more than one item since in the case of multiple items, we will try to combine shipping to lower your overall shipping costs. We use the following shipping services (personal delivery for customers within the greater Toronto area).
This is an original, one of a kind piece of fine art. If you like this Northwest Coast Indian art print, secure your purchase by ordering it now. Once it's sold, it will be gone as there are no duplicates existing.
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