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Toggle Inupiat (Northern Eskimo) Pt. Hope or Point Barrow, Alaska ivory This fine ivory carving is a toggle, a tool for pulling dead seals, walrus, a polar bear, or a sled. It was an indispensable part of a hunter’s equipment, and its image aided a hunter in his quest. It represents a man transforming into a bear, at once tool and power charm. Fenimore Art Museum

Toggle Inupiat (Northern Eskimo) Pt. Hope or Point Barrow, Alaska ivory This fine ivory carving is a toggle, a tool for pulling dead seals, walrus, a polar bear, or a sled. It was an indispensable part of a hunter’s equipment, and its image aided a hunter in his quest. It represents a man transforming into a bear, at once tool and power charm. Fenimore Art Museum

Tupilak, Grønland.

Tupilak, Grønland.

Fremont pottery from Utah

Fremont pottery from Utah

Inuit Sculpture (looks like a bone carving)

Inuit Sculpture (looks like a bone carving)

Finch & Co - Collection of Bering Sea Eskimo Inuit Male and Female Labrets ‘Tuutat’

Finch & Co - Collection of Bering Sea Eskimo Inuit Male and Female Labrets ‘Tuutat’

Shaman Transforms to Whale, 2011  Justin Tiulana, Inupiat  4.5 x 2 x 3 inches  walrus ivory  $ 675

Shaman Transforms to Whale, 2011 Justin Tiulana, Inupiat 4.5 x 2 x 3 inches walrus ivory $ 675

Bering Sea Eskimo Inuit Carved Walrus Ivory Anthropomorphic Figure of a Polar Bear with its Cub (Bering Sea)

Bering Sea Eskimo Inuit Carved Walrus Ivory Anthropomorphic Figure of a Polar Bear with its Cub (Bering Sea)

4 Vintage Alaska Native Eskimo Carved Charms Polar Bear Walrus Billikens | eBay

4 Vintage Alaska Native Eskimo Carved Charms Polar Bear Walrus Billikens | eBay

Net float in the form of a woman, Inupiaq, 1880-1910; Point Hope, Alaska. Wood, walrus ivory, metal, glass bead/beads, paint

Net float in the form of a woman, Inupiaq, 1880-1910; Point Hope, Alaska. Wood, walrus ivory, metal, glass bead/beads, paint

A Western Alaska, Inuit Walrus Ivory Carving of a Swimming Seal  (Western Alaska)

A Western Alaska, Inuit Walrus Ivory Carving of a Swimming Seal (Western Alaska)

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