Designed by Anthony Joseph, Squamish Nation
Manufactured by Magenta
Out of stock
Salmon Silk Tie designed by Anthony Joseph, Squamish Nation.
“Symbol of fertility, immortality, and sustainer of life. As a renewable food source, the Salish people guard and respect salmon and its habitat. Ceremonies are held each year to celebrate the return of the salmon to their traditional spawning grounds. They are often carved or rendered in pairs as a symbol of good luck.”
Click here to learn more about the Pacific Northwest Coast First Nations Symbology of the Salmon.
Anthony Joseph is a Coast Salish artist and resides with the Squamish Nation in British Columbia. Born into the Eagle Wolf Clan, Anthony is the youngest of eight brothers, all of whom are traditional carvers. Anthony’s art reflects the beauty of his surroundings and the artistic traditions of his family. The art of Anthony Joseph is reproduced in collaboration with the artist and royalties are paid to the artist on each item sold.
|Dimensions||4 × 4 × 4 in|