Authentic Northwest Coast Native Art

Tsain-Ko Native Gifts

Tsain-Ko Native Gifts is located on the shíshálh first nation band lands in Sechelt on the beautiful Sunshine Coast.

They proudly support the works of many native artists, and businesses, selling authentic northwest coast native art.

They carry a wide variety of beautiful inventory, including jewellery, giftware, handmade moccasins, books, clothing, hand-dyed scarves, original and handmade games and puzzles and so much more.

For the newlyweds to be, Tsain-Ko Native Gift Shop carries a wide array of hand-crafted gold and silver rings and jewellery. You will also want to add them to your wedding registry.

Tsain-Ko Native Gifts is native-owned and been in business for over 25 years. They are part of the growth of the aboriginal business industry in BC and Canada, along with many other well-known artists and companies.



5555 Hwy 101


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