Hand Carved Wooden Pin
Each of these small hand-carved pins are little works of art. Made here in Washington State by Firewoman Studio, Tsalagi/Salish.
Crafted in basswood, hand-painted with felt and pin backing, each pin will have slight variations.
Firewoman Studio is a small local Native Works studio that produces hand-carved works of art in Northwest Native Style and Design led by artist Sasa. Throughout Sasa's prolific career, her work has been featured on television (MTV’s Real World – Seattle, Northern Exposure), in local venues (Ivar’s Salmon House, Snoqualmie Falls Library) and also with the Smithsonian Institute. She has worked with the New York National Minority Business Council, and, in addition, has served on the Board of the Native American Chamber of Commerce. Her own two children are also Native Artists who work with her.
Available in Raven and Bear Box styles online (more available in-store)
Materials: Painted basswood, felt, stainless steel pin backing
Dimensions: 2.5 x 0.1 x 2 inches approx. (some variation with each)