Great 1940's Zuni Cluster Pin - 2.75" in diameter
Naja Shaped Navajo pendant with two bear claws, turquoise, and coral by Navjao jeweler, A. Bahe.
very small seal tooth with even smaller shaman face carved into it.
A pendant of new walrus ivory carved by Eskimo carver, Moses Soonagrook. This pendant has 2 faces, a bearded shaman face on side, a typical Eskimo face on the other, with 2 whales, on on either side
1960's scrimshawed whale tail on seal tooth pendant
A pendant which has on one side of this piece of fossil ivory, a scrimshaw of a large sailing vessel, on the other side is a carved shaman face. The face has narrow eyes, and a long mustache. There is a hole bored thru the ivory, just above the face / boat - for a chain or leather strip or other necklace to be passed thru.
This is 2.5" long and 1/2" wide and about 1/2" at deepest. I do not know if this is native made or perhaps done by a sailor or ? It was part of a large collection of Inuit and Eskimo pieces - others of which can be viewed in this store.
Part of a collection of Eskimo and Inuit items which was built by one gentleman over several years. More items from this collection are now available - check more from this colleciton in "Antique items from other areas" and "current work from other areas"
Scrimshaw etching of a woolly mammoth head on fossil mammoth ivory tusk.
Seal head pendent with scrimshaw markings making the seal face -