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  • Etched Frog Mug

    This study mug with an elegant frog design is perfect for drinking your favorite beverage in!

    The etched frog on this glass tankard was designed by Haida Indian Artist Darrel Amos who says "I am passionate about painting in the Haida style as it affirms who I am and where I come from, and it is my way of healing and giving back to the community."

    Darrel is a member of the Raven Clan of the Haida Nation from the islands of Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands) British Columbia. Darrell is a self-taught artist, inspired at a very young age by the artwork of family members and numerous master carvers.

    The glasses are hand crafted by an artisan in Canada.

    Size: 5.5 inches tall, holds about 20 oz.
    NSD1827
    $16.95
     
  • Etched Frog Shot Glass

    A very elegant frog shot glass!

    The etched frog on this tall and slender glass was designed by Haida Indian Artist Darrel Amos who says "I am passionate about painting in the Haida style as it affirms who I am and where I come from, and it is my way of healing and giving back to the community."

    Darrel is a member of the Raven Clan of the Haida Nation from the islands of Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands) British Columbia. Darrell is a self-taught artist, inspired at a very young age by the artwork of family members and numerous master carvers.

    The glasses are hand crafted by an artisan in Canada.

    Size: 4 inches tall and just over an inch in diameter, holds 2 oz.
    NSD1816
    $9.95
    $13.00 save 23%
  • Moraes Flannel Frog Boxer Shorts

    Luxurious 100% cotton flannel boxer shorts with a frog design. So cozy!

    The shorts are made from a soft, thick flannel in a dark red color and printed with black stylized frogs. The frog design was created by Native American Artist, Corey W. Moraes from the Tsimshian tribe.

    Select size from the drop down menu below:
    WU1714-S
    $18.50
     
  • Moraes Flannel Frog Pajama Bottoms

    Cuddle up at night with these handsome frog pajama bottoms!

    The pants are made from a soft, thick flannel in a dark red color and printed with black stylized frogs. The frog design was created by Native Artist, Corey W. Moraes from the Tsimshian tribe.

    Made from 100% cotton and comes in a drawstring bag made from the same fabric as the pajama bottoms.

    Select from 2 sizes: L/XL and S/M
    NWP1810-LX
    $29.50
     
  • Moraes Frog Mug

    This versatile ceramic mug features a stylized green frog

    Designed by Native American (Tsimshian tribe) Artist Corey W. Moraes. "I am passionate about creating art that is relevant today, while maintaining my cultural identity and remembering where my people come from.

    Dishwasher and microwave safe.

    Size: holds about 12 fluid ounces
    NSD1754
    $14.95
     
  • Native American Art Frog Bowl

    A beautifully sculpted frog bowl!

    This bowl is a licensed reproduction of an original Haida wood bowl from the CMC Collection.

    The sculpture is made of a composite that simulates the look and feel of argillite. Argillite is a gray-black slate found only on Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands.)

    A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this item is given to the Haida community. Made in Canada.

    Size: 5.5 inches long

    A Haida Frog Story--

    The prevalence of the Frog in the art and mythology of the Haida and Northwest Coast nations is due solely to a die-hard Mongolian tradition, which has known of no break in its transmission from the Old World. Aware of a puzzle there--finding no frog in nature, and possessing so many carved ones--the Haida have tried to furnish an explanation, in a story recorded by James Deans, in the 1870's:
    Long ago there were many frogs in those islands. Now there are none; they have all left. And here is the story of their departure. Long ago, a frog was jumping about among the wild flowers in the woods. Eventually...he met a large bear coming along. Seeing this diminutive object, the bear looked at it and said, "You ugly little brute, what are you doing on my path?"...The frog was terribly frightened. It went home, telling every living thing he met what a terrible monster he encountered, how it had taken him in its mouth, as if to devour him. "Now", said the frog, "we must get him out of the way or we shall be killed". So they called together a council of all the frogs. At the council, it was decided that the best thing to do was for the frogs to leave the country, one and all of them. Nowadays frogs are neither seen nor heard on these islands.
    NSD1573
    $46.00
    $56.00 save 18%
  • Native American Frog Bowl

    Add a touch of serenity to your table...

    This beautiful Native American style bowl is made in quality resin cast with a food safe coating. This bowl is exceptionally detailed and hand painted in accents of red and black. Even if you look very closely, you might still think that it is carved from real wood. The resin, however, will withstand many washings and last for years.

    Size: about 8" long and 4" high
    NSD1110
    $38.00
    $78.00 save 51%
  • Native Frog Design Pot Holder

    This pot holder is not only great for baking, but also looks great on your table!

    The holder is green with accents in red, and black with a Native American frog design in the center. The back side is a solid black. The cover material is 100% cotton.

    The colorful frog design was created by Native American artist, Anthony Joseph. Anthony resides with the Squamish Nation in British Columbia and was born into the Eagle Wolf Clan as the youngest of eight brothers, all of whom are traditional carvers.

    Sold by the single pot holder.

    Size: 8-1/2 inches square. Made in Canada.
    NSK1255
    $4.50
     
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