This Beaver Silver Wrap Ring is designed by the Native American Artist Richard Krentz from the Coast Salish Nation and symbolizes a Pacific Northwest Coast Native Beaver Design. The ring is hand crafted and carved with an engraver into 22 gage or 0.6 mm thick sterling silver.
The Beaver Symbol teaches people to be productive and not limit their options. He teaches us to be persistent and to use available resources. The Beaver helps people understand the dynamics of teamwork and to appreciate each individual’s talents and contributions in order to accomplish anything.
Find more information about and examples of The Beaver Northwest Coast First Nations symbol.
The ring is between 3/16 of an inch (5 mm) wide at the back and 7/16 of an inch (11 mm) wide at the front. It is signed on the back and comes with information about Richard Krentz and the symbol. The ring is adjustable from a ring size 3 to about a ring size 7.5 and is made on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada.