An Inuit carved serpentine statue of a hunter, standing wearing an anorak, holding a bone harpoon and leather thongs. Provenance: Gifted to the vendor's father, a doctor practicing between 1954-58 at the Mountain Sanatorium ('The San') an isola
Two Inuit bow Drills, c.18th-20th Cetury, of marine ivory, decorated with incised motifs, 14-36 cm (2). Provenance: The smaller example purchased in 1996 note: original purchase receipt available to buyer
A collection of five early Inuit implements, of wood, bone and marine ivory, including two cod lures and two floats, 6-11 cm (5). Provenance: The cod lures were purchased from Rudi south, Washington state, 1996 note: a copy of the purchase receipt is avail
A superb Inuit sculpture, of openwork walrus tusk, Nunivak Island, Alaska, 52 cm. Provenance: Purchased from Paul Goldstein, New York, in 1996 note: This lot is sold with the purchase receipt from Paul Goldstein
Inuit school carved spirit face. Additional mythical face verso, inscribed in ink to base (syllabic script). Aged bone showing shrinkage cracks. Provenance: Hawkins family carved whalebone. Height 20 cm
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