From Art to Table

From Art to Table

We all enjoy making an impression when gathering with friends and family for a special occasion or home-cooked meal. It’s especially gratifying to dress the table with eye-catching dishes and accessories that highlight our efforts to host and entertain.

With their impactful designs and imagery, Indigenous art-themed serving items will enhance your home dining experience by introducing originality, beauty, and ancient symbolism to your table.

The iconic Soaring Eagle design is now available in a suite of tableware by Native Northwest that is as captivating as it is functional.
Soaring Eagle 10" Bamboo Bowl by Indigenous Artist Corey Bulpitt
Created by Haida artist Corey Bulpitt, Soaring Eagle is characterized by the intricately stylized motif of an eagle with outstretched wings, in black on white. It is said, "Soaring Eagle represents reaching our potential and inspiring others."

The eagle is a powerful Indigenous symbol and a significant clan and crest animal, found on totem poles, ceremonial items, and artwork.

Considered a “master of the skies,” the eagle is believed to visit both the earthly and spiritual realms, sending messages to and from the Creator. The eagle represents great vigor and leadership; its feathers are thought to invoke strength, and symbolize peace and friendship.

Inspired by these ancient legends, Soaring Eagle serving pieces add beautiful artistry and distinction to your home.

Bamboo Bowls

Available in 5 and 10 inch sizes Soaring Eagle bamboo bowls matching set by Indigenous artist Corey Bulpitt
Available in 5” and 10” sizes, Soaring Eagle bamboo bowls are made from eco-friendly bamboo fibres. Their lightweight, yet sturdy construction makes them perfect for dining indoors or out. The large 10” bowl is ideal for larger serving portions, and the smaller 5” size is just right for snacks or cereal.
Soaring Eagle 5 inch bamboo bowl perfect for cereal or salad by Indigenous artist Corey Bulpitt
Bamboo bowls are dishwasher safe up to 40°C/104°F. Do not use in microwave, oven, or freezer. Also available in “Running Raven” design.

Appetizer Plates

Soaring Eagle ceramic appetizer plates by Indigenous artist Corey Bulpitt
Soaring Eagle appetizer plates are sold in sets of two (2). At 6” (15 cm) square, these ceramic plates were made for enjoying tapas, finger foods, and desserts! They are edged in blue and accented with additional eagle shapes and designs in grey, pairing beautifully with the matching Soaring Eagle tea towel. Microwave and dishwasher safe. Also available in “Matriarch Bear” design.

Bamboo Servers

With their Soaring Eagle screen-printed handles bamboo-fibre servers are the perfect match for our Indigenous art Bamboo Bowls
With their Soaring Eagle screen-printed handles, bamboo-fibre servers are the perfect match for our Bamboo Bowls! Light enough to bring to a picnic or barbecue, yet stunning enough to use at a dinner party, these serving utensils will take centre stage indoors or al fresco. Bamboo servers are dishwasher safe up to 40°C/104°F. Do not use in microwave, oven, or freezer. Also available in “Running Raven” design.

Tea Towel

Soaring Eagle Indigenous art tea towel made from 100% woven cotton
The Soaring Eagle tea towel takes kitchen duty from boring to beautiful. Made with 100% woven cotton in grey and blue, this 27.5” x 20” textile is extra strong and absorbent for drying dishes, while adding a bold design to your home decor. Also available in “Orca Family” design.

Whether dining at home with your family, or entertaining guests, Soaring Eagle serving pieces will elevate your table into a work of art, inspiring curiosity and conversation.
Soaring Eagle by Corey Bulpitt matching tea towel, bamboo bowl, servers and appetizer plates

About The Artist: Corey Bulpitt, Designer of Soaring Eagle

Descended from generations of skilled Indigenous carvers, Corey Bulpitt was born in Prince Rupert, British Columbia and is likewise known by the Haida of the Naikun Raven clan as Taakeit Aaya, or, “Gifted Carver.”

Bulpitt has studied and apprenticed in design and woodcarving. In addition to carving many totem poles and traditional pieces, he also explores painting, jewelry-making, argillite stone carving, contemporary graffiti, and performance art. Corey Bulpitt received the BC Creative Achievement Award for Aboriginal Art in 2017.

In his own words: “I am honoured to create art that respects the traditions of my ancestors from Naikun Raven clan on Haida Gwaii.”

Native Northwest

Native Northwest is a Vancouver-based Canadian brand that exclusively carries authentic Indigenous designs, acting as partners to the artists and stewards to the artwork they promote.

Native Northwest believes in building everyday connections to Indigenous cultures. 100% of the art featured on Native Northwest products is designed by Indigenous artists. This is their Statement of Respect and Authenticity:
Native Northwest Statement of Respect & Authenticity
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