Chinook or King Salmon Keychain 2000K


2 in stock (can be backordered)


This sculpted Pewter Chinook or King Salmon Keychain Oncorhynchus tshawytscha is beautifully fashioned into utilitarian game fish art. It is guaranteed to please fishing enthusiasts from the Great Lakes, the West Coast, and Alaska.

  • Elegant pewter pendant measuring 3 inches in length and .7 inch in height (5.842 cm x 2.032 cm)  Robust keychain The incredibly detailed keychains are made from lead-free fine pewter and come equipped with a chain and split ring (as demonstrated) to keep your keys in place.
  • The Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) is the largest and most valuable species of Pacific salmon in North America. It is also the largest member of the genus Oncorhynchus. The Chinook salmon is pronounced “nok.”


The Chinookan peoples are the source of the common name for this animal. The species is also known by the vernacular names king salmon, Quinnat salmon, Tsumen, spring salmon, chrome hog, Blackmouth, and Tyee salmon. Other names include spring salmon. The Russian popular name, chavycha, served as the inspiration for the scientific name of the species.

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You will receive your Chinook / King Salmon Keychain within one to three business days once it has been packed, gift-wrapped in a vibrant organza bag, and mailed.

It is possible to ship anywhere in the world. Orders that are sent to countries other than the United States may be subject to additional taxes.

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To contribute to fundraising efforts, we give out jewelry and contribute five percent of our total revenue to organizations that protect animals.

Additional information

Weight 2 oz
Dimensions 4 × 4 × 1 in