From its rich yellow-gold colour to its captivating hidden fossils, Amber is known worldwide as a high-valued material. This fossilized tree resin is used for various things like jewelry and natural healing. Amber is appreciated for its unique process and its precious elements held within.Read More
Join us this summer every Wednesday and Sunday at 10 am for Rock Talks at Crystal Cabin!
In this 30 minute fun and interactive tour expect to learn about Haida Gwaii’s unique geological history, including Introduction to Stones from Haida Gwaii; Geological Formation of the Islands; Tlell Stone Circle Tour; Identify Agates and Learn How They are Formed.Read More
Txeemsim by Steve Hansen, Nisga’a & Haida Artist
“Txeemsim, who is sent by his grandfather to the Nisga’a people to help bring from darkness to light. The red cedar and yellow cedar inlays represent the darkness and light of the world in which the Nisga’a were living in. The face emerging from top is Txeemsim. The symbolism of the surrounding circles is that of the suns of our solar system and the winged planet seen in many ancient myths and lore.”
Materials: The piece is made of alder with inlay of red and yellow cedar from the northwest region.
Dimensions: 11 inches tall x 7.5 inches wide x 2 inches thick.Read More
Spring has sprung at the Crystal Cabin! You’re invited to a crystal charged afternoon of Self-Care!
Special guest Erika Stocker and the Crystal Cabin Crew invite you to dip your toes into the world of essential oils. Join us to explore the lifestyle (energy, health, sleep, detox) benefits of essential oils, and learn how they will work for you.
On the islands of Haida Gwaii, you will notice that the carved, cuffed style Haida bracelet is the quintessential bracelet of Haida Gwaii. Although this style of bracelet is also worn by First Nations groups along the northwest coast, the use of these bracelets is evident every day here on Haida Gwaii.Read More