This lost wax cast Sterling Silver Lovebirds Ring #316 by Walker Goldsmiths is a unique design. It was designed to reflect and represent an important special custom of the Northwest Coast Native people.
Among the Tlingit and Haida peoples of Alaska there are only two clans, the Ravens and the Eagles. This sweet Raven and Eagle ring, Lovebirds, is a Self-sizer. Like the Lovebirds band ring it represents the two clans of most tribes; Ravens and Eagles unified as one. Also it represents a new beginning for two people of different clans. The symbol of the Lovebirds worn as a piece of jewelry or a tattoo is a very popular design representing the union of the Eagle and the Raven clans as one; of love, hope and joy that comes from within and is shared with another in romantic love.
The two lovebirds, Eagle and Raven, represented on the top of the Lovebirds ring are not connected, creating a self-sizing ring that can contract or spread to accommodate 2 to 3 sizes. This self-sizer style is actually an old Northwest Coast Native jewelry technique represented in a new way by Walker Goldsmiths.
Potlatch Collection ~ Sterling Silver Lovebirds Self-sizer Ring ~ by Janet Walker
Hand-cast, Lost wax, design #316, 18mm wide face, tapering to 4mm wide base on the squared shank, carved ring face is 5mm high and slightly hollow for good balance.
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