Art Huron International, a Huron nation owned company based in Wendlake, Quebec, produces many fine native crafts including mandellas, dreamcatchers, medicine pouches, dolls for children and incense, all of which are carried in our gallery. We feature Art Huron's line of incense sticks also on our website.
Bastien Industries, a Huron-Wendat nation owned company, is a manufacturer of fine leather and suede moccasins and mukluks for men, women and children. Extremely well constructed with rabbit fur and bead embellishments, comfortable foot beds and both indoor and outdoor style choices, Bastien moccasins have been a greatly popular item, both in our gallery and online.
Native healer, Blue Eagle, has created a line of purifying products, Invocation, which include the very unique Liquid Smudge, a solution for healers who are not allowed to burn herbs and light candles in hospitals and businesses. Indianica is pleased to carry the line, which includes essential oils and bath products, in our gallery.
Manitobah Mukuks, a Metis owned company, began in 1997 and has since been manufacturing highly sought after moccasins and mukluks using both traditional sensibilities and modern technology. Their products are sold internationally and are instantly recognizable for their quality, style and durability. We carry several of their tall suede mukluks and rabbit fur trimmed moccasins, both in our gallery and online.
Monague Native Crafts, Ltd is an Ojibway owned company based in Ontario. All products, from jewelry to dreamcatchers, are handmade. At Indianica, we are proud to offer an array of pottery, dolls, dreamcatchers and jewelry which have delighted and intrigued our international customers for years. Online, you can browse our extensive collection of dreamcatchers, all from Monague!
The Nunavut Development Corporation is "...committed to a vibrant, diverse and stable economy throughout Nunavut. It creates employment and income opportunities for residents through business development in arts, crafts, and cuisine with sensitivity to cultural and spiritual values." Indianica is especially proud to represent many talented arctic artists who work in soapstone and serpentine carvings, wool tapestries and doll making. We are currently working directly with the Nunavut Development Corporation to create an historical and biographical online database of artists we represent, whether they are relatively obscure or internationally known.
If there is a Native owned arts and crafts manufacturer who you would like to see represented here in Montreal feel free to contact us! We are always looking for new and interesting artists while on our quest to support and promote indigenous cultures.
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