Haida Eagle Clan 18K Gold Bracelet
Clayton Gladstone

Stunning Eagle Clan Bracelet
This is an early piece in the career of renowned Haida artist Clayton Gladstone, circa.1994. It was hand crafted from 18k gold, weighing 1.54 ounces and was given as a wedding gift to a family member. The imagery on this bracelet represents this branch of the Gladstone family crests, which are Eagle, Beaver and Frog - all three are prominent on this stunning bracelet. A unique opportunity to wear gifted Haida Eagle clan jewelry!

Clayton Gladstone
Master Carver Clayton Gladstone has been carving wood and jewellery in Skidegate on Haida Gwaii since 1977. His grandfather was Charles Edenshaw who influenced most of today's Haida Master Carvers. As member of the Eagle Clan, Clayton trained and worked together with his cousin Bill Reid in the late 1970's and 1980's. He also carved with Tim Boyko and Garner Moody. Clayton's work is highly respected by museums and collectors all over the world. He enjoys sharing his knowledge and views about traditional and contemporary Haida Art and was featured in the film "The New Masters" as part of the "Ravens and Eagles: Haida Art" series in 2002. He is also a teacher of carving techniques at the Haida Gwaii Heritage Centre and Museum at Qay'llnagaay on the Queen Charlotte Islands in BC, Canada.

Haida Eagle Clan 18K Gold Bracelet
Haida Eagle Clan 18K Gold Bracelet
Object Origin:
Clayton Gladstone
18K gold
1inch depth, 6.5