"Halibut" Acrylic Key Ring
Halibut was an important food resource for the Northwest Coast tribes, rivaling salmon. Halibut is a deep-water ocean fish whose image frequently appears in the art of the Pacific Northwest Coast.
The cut-out key rings are created in acrylic and are most affordable. They are designed to depict many of the Native images that are identifiable in the Pacific Northwest Coast.
Designed by Tlingit Master Artist, Israel Shotridge.
Key Rings are approximately 2".