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nupiat basket, with an ivory handle, made by Kinguktuk (1871–1941) of Barrow, Alaska. Displayed at the Museum of Man, San Diego, California.

Inupiat baleen basket with carved walrus ivory finial, woven by Kinguktuk Barrow, Alaska

Alaska | Snow glasses.  Shamanic.  Old Bering Sea Culture | Carved Walrus Ivory | c. 100 - 600 AD

Old Bering Sea Culture - Carved Walrus Ivory - 100 - 600 AD

Inuit Owl, 1909–1916.

Inuit Owl, 1909–1916.

Yupik Eskimo Beach Grass Basket

Yupik Eskimo Beach Grass Basket This piece was hand woven using Beach Grass in Mekoryuk, Alaska. (Thank you for all the pins Kathy.

Jar basket ~ Native American (Western  Apache), 1880-90  San Carlos or White Mountain Reserve, Southeastern Arizona  13-1/4 x 11 in.  Plant fiber/grass; willow or cottonwood;  devil's claw (black martyuia)

Jar basket ~ Native American (Western Apache), San Carlos or White Mountain Reserve, Southeastern Arizona x 11 in. willow or cottonwood;

Baleen and Ivory Basket: Lot 132-8028 #ivory #baleen #basket

Baleen and Ivory Basket: Lot

Elizabeth Hickox (Wiyot/Karuk, 1875–1947), lidded baskets  ca. 1920  California  Maidenhair fern, spruce root, hazel shoots, porcupine quills

Elizabeth Hickox (Wiyot/Karuk, lidded baskets ca. 1920 California Maidenhair fern, spruce root, hazel shoots, porcupine quills 13 x 11 cm; 21 x 20 cm; x 15 cm Bequest of Mary H.

Northwest Alaska Inupiaq Baleen Basketry

Northwest Alaska Inupiaq Baleen Basketry

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Large Eskimo Baleen Basket | 20th century, with whale fluke finial, signed Marilyn Hank Otton, Pt. Hope, Alaska

Large Eskimo Baleen Basket | 20th century, with whale fluke finial, signed Marilyn Hank Otton, Pt. Hope, Alaska

Early mid 20th century Alaskan Inuit Basket

Alaskan Inuit Basket

For Sale on - An excellent example of an Alaskan Inuit basket. The incredibly tight coils are in excellent and original condition, and it retains the original paint

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practical and warm parka, anorak Anorak comes from the inuit word Anore, meaning Wind. The anorak was developed by the Inuit peoples to protect them from the arctic freezing climate.

Very RARE Tribal Ethnic Native Eskimo Inuit Amekak Spirit YUP’IK Mask Alaska NR | eBay

Very RARE Tribal Ethnic Native Eskimo Inuit Amekak Spirit YUP’IK Mask Alaska NR | eBay

Alaskan native clay Ashtray marbled red white Alaska

Alaskan native clay Ashtray marbled red white Alaska