Dark and sultry companions make sure your admirers do not underestimate your character. These are Odin's children, protecting their appointed territory. The Raven was made infamous by Edgar Allan Poe, "Nevermore." The Raven also plays an important role in Native American culture, including the Pacific Northwest Coast.
A Northwest Coast Native Myth
"Raven was not thought of as a god. He was thought of as the transformer, the trickster. He was the being that changed things—sometimes quite by accident, sometimes on purpose."
—Christian White, Haida artist
A pair of small, black pewter raven droppers on surgical steel ear-wires.