Our gallery is located in the heart of Ohswé:ken,
Six Nations of the Grand River Territory.   
Sapling & Flint Gallery 
Iroquois Village Plaza 
1721 Chiefswood Rd., Ohsweken, ON N0A 1M0   
Please note that our store hours are FLUID. We both have small children and knew when we opened the store that their care, use of Mohawk language and education would be our priority. Sometimes we will be closed for snow days, sick days, or days to take the kids into the bush! We also continue to participate in powwows, festivals and functions throughout Canada and our gallery may be closed as we travel. Please feel free to visit, but if you plan to make a trip to Six Nations just to visit the gallery or inquire about commission-work, it is good to email/call or check out social media to make an appointment, or to make sure we are not travelling. Nyá:wen for understanding and welcome to the family!

Sapling & Flint, in the Ohswekén:'a Creation Story tradition, were twin boys born to Skywoman's daughter and instrumental in the creation of the physical universe as we know it today. 


Wa'tkwanonhwerátonh tahnon skennenakénhak. We are Teyotsihstokwáthe Dakota Brant & Yonenyà:kenht Jesse Brant. We are proud Mohawk Turtle clan women born & raised in Six Nations of the Grand River Territory. 


As we became mothers and began raising families, it became apparent to us how strongly we value immersing our children in their culture. Raising Kanyen'kéha speaking children at home we realized how much work needs to be done in our modern 21st century society to create space for Indigenous youth to have a positive upbringing, that has accurate and positive reflections of themselves in their daily lives. We began our brand to meet this challenge. At Sapling & Flint, our designs are "conversation pieces that share the story of Turtle Island". We are proud to keep our business Indigenous and local, partnering with Indigenous and Canadian business in our manufacturing processes.  Our jewellery is by us, specializing in gold, and authentic wampum & sterling silver; materials of the trade of our wampum cutting & silversmithing ancestors in the colonial and pre-contact periods of our People.


Sapling & Flint™ began in 2014 under the name "Twindian Designs". We rebranded our company to "Sapling & Flint" in April 2017 during the launch of our gallery in Ohsweken, Six Nations of the Grand River Territory.  Since 2014, we have grown to a full-service secure online store, a storefront business and wholesale service. 

In 2021 we were proud to launch into wholesale for our sterling silver collections! 5% of every wholesale order is donated to an organization that supports Indigenous peoples and communities. Since our inception, an annual portion of our profits have gone to cultural revitalization projects in the Six Nations community, including Haudenosaunee language immersion programs, longhouse building projects, and supporting youth to attend world class Lacrosse tournaments, the North American Indigenous Games, and cultural programs. 

Teyotsihstokwáthe ("A Shining Constellation") is a regalia maker, artist, performer, and travels frequently as an international speaker on Indigenous issues. She is noted for being awarded the title of Miss Indian World at the Gathering of Nations powwow in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and is a recipient of the Indspire Foundation's Indspire Youth Award, regarded as the most prestigious award given by the Indigenous community to Indigenous people in Canada. She holds a Master's of Community Planning from the University of British Columbia and is a proud volunteer firefighter with the Six Nations Fire & Emergency Services .

Yonenyà:kenht ("transparent stone" referring to the Herkimer diamonds that grow in the Mohawk Valley) is a Silversmith who specializes in Herkimer diamond and wampum jewelry. She has a Diploma in Jewelery Methodology from George Brown College, and learned traditional wampum cutting techniques from knowledgeable local cutters throughout her youth. A graduate of the Primary Care Paramedic Program at the Ontario College of Health & Technology, she is now a Captain of the Six Nations Fire & Emergency Services, and was awarded the distinction of "Most Outstanding Firefighter" by the Ontario Native Firefighters Association.