This Sockeye Man Moon Mask features a Sockeye Salmon on the right side of the rim. It is carved in red cedar and pine by Patrick Amos, Native Artist from the Nuu-chah-nulth Nation. The mask features cedar bark and acrylic paint.
The Salmon symbolizes abundance, fertility, prosperity and renewal. For thousands of years, Salmon have been the primary food source for Northwest Coast Native Americans and are highly respected.
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The Moon Symbol is the protector and guardian of the earth. Its spirit watches over us and can change our moods.
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The Mask is up to 16 inches or close to 41 centimeters in diameter including the cedar bark and up to 2 inches or 5 centimeters deep. The price includes shipping to the USA and Canada.