Title : Wiidosendizog Gidookawi'idizowinimiwaang ("Walk In Your Own Footsteps")
Type : Ojibwe-style graphic overlay ring set featuring a Wolf clan symbol (left ring) and a Lynx clan symbol (right ring)
Materials : 14K palladium white gold with 14K red gold interior (left ring); 14K red gold with sterling silver interior
Width : 0.135 inch / 8 mm
Price ring to the left from: 1,070.00 USD* / 1,415.00 CAD*
Item # 9-3 PWRG
Price ring to the right from: 850.00 USD* / 1,125.00 CAD*
Item # 9-3 RGSS
A wolf or lynx clan ring executed in sterling silver:
Price per piece : from 450.00 USD* / 595.00 CAD*
Item # 9-3 S
Prices are indicative and depend on ring sizes, the current gold or silver price, and the actual currency rates.
*Shipping costs included, US and Canadian tax rates excluded.
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In Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe tradition, Wolf and lynx are known as warriors and wise teachers who show us the way in life. One of the clans of the Six Nations is named after the Wolf; in Anishinaabe society, both Wolf and Lynx represent warrior clans. The Wolf Clan is called Hoñnat‘haiioñ'n‘ by the Onondowahgah (Seneca), Θkwarì•nę by the Onayotekaono (Oneida), and Okwáho by the Kanienkehaka (Mohawk). The Anishinaabeg call the Wolf Clan Ma'iingan (Mawii'aa in he language of the Bodéwadmik), and the Lynx Clan Bizhiw.
As wolves are endowed with certain characteristics and virtues, so do Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe (Ojibwe and Bodewadmi) Wolf Clan members endeavor to emulate their character; they see in the Wolf certain ideals to be sought, and as they walk the Life Path they make its spirit part of themselves. Wolf stands for Humility, Perseverance, and Guardianship. In former times, Wolf clan members produced warriors, teachers and scouts.
Bizhiiw, the Lynx, representing one of the three warrior clans of the Ojibweg, symbolizes the virtues of Resolution and Fortitude.