Haida Beaver Argillite Pole hand carved by Native American Carver Denny Dixon. This Beaver Totem Pole features a hat with 2 Potlatch rings and shows his tail between his front and back legs.
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.
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The carving is close to 5 inches or 13 centimeters high, 1 1/4 inches or a little over 3 centimeters wide and deep. The base is about 1 1/2 inches or close to 4 centimeters wide and deep, as well as 1/4 of an inch or .6 centimeters thick. It weighs a little over 7 ounces or 200 grams.
The Argillite Pole was carved in 1982 and it looks like it might have had a small repair by the artist or another expert, that is hardly visible, on the top left side of the carving. The pole is in excellent condition.
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