Eagle Salad Servers
Eagle Salad Servers

Eagle Salad Servers

Andrew Williams (Haida)
Regular price CAD $65.00

A symbol of freedom and strength combined with grace. The Eagle down is used in ceremonies, honouring and respecting guests.

These beautiful and elegant pieces by Andrew Williams have been 100% designed in Canada and made from food safe chrome plated zinc castings.

Follow these few simple steps to ensure that your chrome spoons lasts for many years. We recommend that you hand-wash your new flatware before our first use. Rinse foods from flatware especially those with high salt content or acidity. Avoid soaking chrome flatware in water for a prolonged period of time or overnight. The servers are suitable for everyday use and are dishwasher safe. 

Chromium Plated Pewter

11” x 2 1/2”

*This item is available in our Gallery Shop store.

For more details contact one of our Associates at: 604.682.3455 or email: galleryshop@billreidgallery.ca.


Andrew William's crests include Raven, Shark, Killerwhale, Grizzly, and Raven-Finned Killerwhale. He is self-taught, and has been carving since 1995. In June of 1999, Andrew took a shaping course with Haida carver Gary Minaker-Russ through the First Peoples Cultural Foundation Grant. Andrew's influences are Haida artists Christian White and Terry Yeltazie for their inlay work, and Gary Minaker-Russ for his polishing technique and form. In 2009, Andy graduated from Vancouver's Northwest Coast Jewellery Arts program under established Kwakwaka'wakw/Haida artist Dan Wallace.