For hundreds of years, Indigenous peoples have used elements from nature as a form of artistic expression and adornment. Designer Shauna Fontaine, a proud member of Sagkeeng First Nations continues this tradition harvesting and accessing natural elements to create unique one of a kind jewellery designs with a touch of boujee glam. From delicate furs and leathers, gemstones and metals, rustic birchbark, antlers and porcupine quills to distinctive Anishinaabe cultural art. Anishinaabe Girl’s creations have been well-known in Manitoba for more than 20 years.
Earrings, Necklaces, rings, bracelets
All created with natural materials and metals including fur (beaver, rabbit, fox, coyote, bear, sealskin, mink, muskrat, horsehair), antler, porcupine quills, medicines( sage, cedar, tobacco, sweetgrass, hyssop, labrador), raw brass, brass, gemstones, pearls, seed beads, glass stones, shells, leather, birchbark
Everything is made by me in my Winnipeg Studio.
10ft x 10ft
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