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One of Canada’s foremost artists, Bill Reid, designed the image for the Children of the Raven Cotton Throw blanket for the Canadian Museum of Civilization, now the Canadian Museum of History, in 1976.

The image celebrates the creation of humankind by Raven.

Recreated in a three-layer throw. Throw has fringes, and the thickness of 3 layers provides weight.

SKU: 20188

48″ x 67″ (122cm x 170cm) 100% Cotton Throw $150.00

Debra was commissioned to design this authentic Salish Wolf blanket by the Tsleil-Waututh Nation (Slay-Wah-Tooth). The Tsleil-Waututh people come from the Wolf Clan, and the Wolf symbol is a celebration of family, unity and strength.

The Takaya Cotton Tapestry is a fringed cotton throw blanket in single-layer tapestry design. Faux-suede lasered patch in tan that highlights this is a licensed design. Complemented with hang tag telling artists’ story and about the blanket.

SKU: 20094

52″ x 68″ (132cm x 172.5cm) 100% Cotton Tapestry $150.00

In Salish, “Ten” means “Mother.” The original version was woven as a wall hanging in collaboration with the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia, Canada.

The striking range of geometric repeats woven in “Ten” symbolizes the many life events and accomplishments of the designers, Debra and Robyn Sparrow. The design is dedicated in honor of their mother, whose strength and wisdom has helped guide them through their many achievements.

Fringed cotton throw in single-layer tapestry design. Faux suede lasered patch in tan that highlights that this is a licensed design. Complemented with hang tag with artists’ story and about the blanket.

En langue Salish, Ten signifie la Mère. La version originale de cette œuvre est une tenture murale qui a été tissée en collaboration avec le Musée d’anthropologie de l’Université de la Colombie-Britannique de Vancouver. Kanata Blanket a reproduit cette tenture sous licence du Musée d’anthropologie, et les redevances provenant de la vente de cette couverture sont utilisées par le musée pour promouvoir le patrimoine autochtone.

La répétition impressionnante de figures géométriques tissées sur la couverture Ten symbolise les nombreux évènements de la vie et les succès des deux conceptrices, Debra et Robyn Sparrow. Le motif est une création visant à honorer leur mère, dont la force et la sagesse les ont accompagnées dans toutes leurs nombreuses réalisations.

SKU: 20078

52″ x 68″ (132cm x 172.5cm) 100% Cotton Tapestry $150.00

The woven designs of Debra and Robyn Sparrow integrate the rich history and culture of the Coast Salish people. The Morning (Mourning) Star Blanket is an interpretation of the celestial body Venus and its significance to the Salish people — a reminder of loved ones that have gone before them.

Fringed cotton throw in single-layer tapestry design. 100% cotton. Faux suede lasered patch in tan that highlights this is a licensed design. Complemented with hang tag telling artists’ story and about the blanket.

Les motifs tissés de Debra et Robyn Sparrow font ressortir la richesse de l’histoire et de la culture du peuple Salish du littoral. Leurs tapisseries traditionnelles font la fierté de l’aéroport de Vancouver et de nombreux musées partout au Canada.

La couverture Étoile du matin est une interprétation du corps céleste Vénus et de sa signification pour le peuple Salish.

SKU: 20091

48″ x 67″ (122cm x 170cm) 100% Cotton Throw $150.00