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Small Frog Native Art Bowl

Small Frog Native Art Bowl

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How about a little frog culture?

This Inuit frog design bowl from the native American indians of the Pacific Northwest is a handy container and also a beautiful display piece. Use it to hold keys or spare change, or as a candy bowl, or to hold a stack of your business cards.

This resin casting is a hand-painted replica of a traditional carved wood frog bowl design. Frog is a creature of great importance in Northwest Coast art and culture. As a creature that lives in two worlds, water and land, Frog is revered for his adaptability, knowledge and power to traverse worlds and inhabit both natural and supernatural realms. Frogs are primary spirit helpers of shamans. A great communicator, Frog often represents the common ground or voice of the people. Frog's songs are believed to contain divine power and magic.

Size: 7" long, 4" wide, 2-1/2" tall


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DR1111
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$39.95
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$28.00 (Save 30%)

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Product Description

How about a little frog culture?

This Inuit frog design bowl from the native American indians of the Pacific Northwest is a handy container and also a beautiful display piece. Use it to hold keys or spare change, or as a candy bowl, or to hold a stack of your business cards.

This resin casting is a hand-painted replica of a traditional carved wood frog bowl design. Frog is a creature of great importance in Northwest Coast art and culture. As a creature that lives in two worlds, water and land, Frog is revered for his adaptability, knowledge and power to traverse worlds and inhabit both natural and supernatural realms. Frogs are primary spirit helpers of shamans. A great communicator, Frog often represents the common ground or voice of the people. Frog's songs are believed to contain divine power and magic.

Size: 7" long, 4" wide, 2-1/2" tall
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