Silver Sun Pendant


Wear this sun to welcome light & happiness. You can see each one of the sun's rays outreaching, shining light onto its wearer. 

With this piece, you'll receive an artist biography to learn more about the artist & their journey. 

This piece is made by talented jeweller Meaghan McRae whose cultural background is Celtic, Norse and Indigenous from the Gitxsan Nation.

Material: Sterling silver

Optional to add sterling silver figaro chain, 3mm wide 

Dimensions: 1 5/8 inch x 1 5/8 inch

Meet the Artist:

Meaghan McRae is an Indigenous artist from the Gitxsan nation. She grew up in a family of musicians where she was the artsy one, loving all things creative and messy. McRae was naturally at home in her father's workshop amongst the tools, construction and sawdust where anything imaginable could be made or repaired. She studied 3D sculpture in her post-secondary studies and eventually she studied the art and design of jewellery at Vancouver Community College. She found that it was the perfect hands-on skill for her with the right balance of design, technical execution, freedom to create and of course, a healthy dose of playing with fire. From there she grew her skills while being inspired by Baroque architecture, historical jewellery of her own ancestry (Celtic, Norse and Gitxsan), traditional tattoo culture, rock music culture and a variety of mini obsessions like swords, Faberge eggs and old playings cards. McRae favours bold, androgynous designs that reminds the wearer to be fearless in celebrating exactly who they are without pretence.

Celebrate Artists & Culture:

These pieces are made with the intention to be shared & worn by people from all cultures. Wearing jewelry by Indigenous artists is not cultural misappropriation, instead it celebrates the artist, the art form & promotes cultural awareness & sharing. 


The price includes shipping to Canada & the USA. International shipping will be calculated at checkout.