Pure Silver Inukshuk Pendant

Image Description
Inukshuk, (pronounced in-ook-shook), is a stone monument erected in the image of humans. One of their purposes was to serve as direction markers in the harsh and desolate Arctic. They were a tool of survival and a symbol of unselfish acts of the Inuit people. The Inukshuk symbolizes co-operation, balance, and unselfishness; the idea that teaching and group effort is greater than individual effort. Each stone is a separate entity, yet each supports, and is supported by the one above and the one below it. No one piece is any more or less important than the other. It's strength lies in it's unity. It's significance comes from it's meaning as a whole. The Inukshuk reminds us of our interdependent responsibilities to invest our efforts today, to direct a better way for all of us tomorrow. This little guy is scratch polished pure .999 silver, 1 ¼"wide x 2 ¼" tall.
Approximate Price/Value: $88