Carved Inuit Whale Bone, Face. 8.5" H.
Inuit whalebone mask, signed J K?????, illegible signature as pictured, carved face with inlaid eyes and smaller mask fitted in circular mouth, split to one eye, approx 10.75"l, 9.5"w, 1.75lbs Start P
Two Inuit Carved Whalebone Folk Art Figures comprising a standing mother and child, and a crouching hunter with seal. 20TH CENTURY Height of tallest 14 1/2 inches.
circa 1930-1940, one with inset walrus ivory eyes (8.5 in.), the second with inset mother of pearl eyes and fur surround (7.5 in.). Additional high-resolution photos are available at LelandLittle.com
Inuit carved whalebone spirit mask, slit eyes with defined nose and open mouth, approx 8"l, 6.5"w, 2"d, 2.25lbs Start Price: $100.00
Inuit carved whalebone figures, one a stylized bird, the other a figure with arms outstretched. Bird: 10.5" H x 2.75" W x 2.5" D. Light wear consistent with age and material, one with repair.
Transformational Figure of a Walrus head with whiskers, wooden "eyes", grimacing human face in mouth, flanked by a pair of faces in anorak hoods, initialed "RK" on the underside, roughly 7 1/2" x 16"
Karoo Ashevak / Mungnelli Inuit, Spence Bay/Taloyoak, (1940-1974), a carved whalebone sculpture depicting a flying figure, a second face verso, signed in syllabics. height 13 3/8in, width 12 3/8in, de
INUIT WHALEBONE-HANDLED WHISK BROOMLate 19th CenturyOpenwork handle carved as a hand grasping an animalistic figure.Total length approx. 10".
DESCRIPTION: Carved whalebone and fur sculpture in the manner of Manasie Akpaliapik depicting a squatting man in a parka blended with a glass-eyed eagle on one side and an adult's and child's faces ca
Inuit artist Guyasee VeeVee carved whalebone totem sculpture depicting thunderbird, on base. Signed. [19" H].
CARVED SOAP STONE WALRUS WITH WHALEBONE TUSKS, SIGNED INUIT "E. SIMONICE". HEIGHT 7 1/4" (1/FLIPPER REPAIRED)
Soapstone Carved Inuit Face by Davidu Eytoch from Belcher Island, Eskimo Art Canada, 9"D x 12"H x 6"W
Large Walter Etokto Inuit Whalebone Carving, 35"W x 30"D x 13.5"H
Carved Whalebone Model Ship, probably French Prisoner of War-made, late 18th/early 19th century, with extensive rigging and details, all whalebone carvings of deck, side planks and pegs, masts, and it
Titled: "Man" Artist is Anaja, medium is whalebone, size is 18" tall by 12" wide on turntable base, valuation of $6000.00 in 1993, original appraisal
Bayleen Ring with Twisted Column and Turk's Head Finial Size 5 1/2" L
Probably ornamental with fifteen prongs, all intact And ending to a tapering point, one side with incised squares centered with a rectangular iron or copper plug. Nice patina with green oxidation from
Inuit Whalebone Carving of Sedna, 9 1/2" x 21" x 4 1/2", Unsigned.
Inuit whalebone mask Length: 8.5" Davids notes: This came out of storage unit in Ossining NY, that belonged to Dr. Gregory Siskind.
Nicely carved handle. Rosewood body with silver inlay caps. Early brass ferrule. 35 3/4 inches. Condition: Small age crack to whalebone. See photos.
Inuit Whalebone & Stone "Walrus & Bear" Sculpture Signed T. Tommy, 11 3/4" x 13 1/4" x 8", co
PROBABLY SAILOR-MADE; LONGEST PIECE MEASURES 4"
Inuit Whalebone Portrait Carving, 8 1/4" high.
Carved L shaped handle,decorated with baleen and Rosewoodspacers, with carved whalebone spiral shaftc. 1850-187031.25” long