Paskwaw Moostos/ Bison Ring

Paskwaw Moostos is part of the seven sacred teachings in Cree culture. It symbolizes kitchehtamowin, meaning respect. Honoring all creations is to have respect.

The Bison ring is truly sculptural. When worn, the knuckle acts as the Bison hump.

Hand carved and cast in sterling silver, the Bison ring is made using the lost wax casting method and measures 1 1/4″ tall by 1″ wide.

Each ring is unique, both through hand detailing and oxidization.

This ring is handmade to order, please allow 2-3 weeks for fabrication before shipping.


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The Bison is the spirit keeper of the northern direction of the medicine wheel.

In First Nations culture the Bison is a sacred being that sustains life. All parts of the bison were used, but its meat was a main food source and its fur and hide were used for shelter and clothing-basically the Bison represented survival.

So important were the Bison to the existence to aboriginal peoples, that settlers systematically slaughtered them to near-extinction in an effort to starve all those who held the Bison sacred.