The Native Sculpin Symbol is a widespread family crest that is used by families from the Haida Nation, the Kwakwaka´wakw, Kwakiutl or Kwaguilth People as well as families from other West Coast Nations. The Sculpin is closely associated with Komokwa, the King of the Undersea World and has an affinity to copper as well as treasures. Representations of the Sculpin will often be seen in dances during the winter ceremonies.
Sculpin Symbol and First Nations
Native Art - The Sculpin Symbol
Spirits of the West Coast Native Art Gallery sells Sculpin Symbol prints, Native American Jewelry, Sculpin Native carvings, Sculpin ceremonial masks, gold and silver bracelets and bentwood boxes, all inspired by the Sculpin Symbol.
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