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Inuit / Eskimo ivory carving of a hunter carrying a seal with painted eyes mounted on a bone base.

This vintage Inuit hand carved figure of a hunter carrying a seal is very well done and a great aboriginal piece of art by an unknown artist, as the piece is unsigned nor marked.
Carved from a piece of ivory and mounted on a bone base, this well executed carving is a fine example of the talent and skill of the Inuit craft.
This wonderful Inuit / Eskimo carving would make a welcomed addition to any collection of northern Canadian art.
Measurements are 4.25 inches in height x 2.25 inches in width.
Please Note: Due to the unknown age of this item and the international laws that govern the Ivory trade this item can only be shipped to a Canadian address.
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Inuit / Eskimo ivory carving of a hunter carrying a seal with painted eyes mounted on a bone base.

Inuit / Eskimo ivory carving of a hunter carrying a seal with painted eyes mounted on a bone base.

Inuit / Eskimo ivory carving of a hunter carrying a seal with painted eyes mounted on a bone base.

Inuit / Eskimo ivory carving of a hunter carrying a seal with painted eyes mounted on a bone base.

Inuit / Eskimo ivory carving of a hunter carrying a seal with painted eyes mounted on a bone base.

Inuit / Eskimo ivory carving of a hunter carrying a seal with painted eyes mounted on a bone base.

Inuit / Eskimo ivory carving of a hunter carrying a seal with painted eyes mounted on a bone base.

Inuit / Eskimo ivory carving of a hunter carrying a seal with painted eyes mounted on a bone base.

Inuit / Eskimo ivory carving of a hunter carrying a seal with painted eyes mounted on a bone base.

Inuit / Eskimo ivory carving of a hunter carrying a seal with painted eyes mounted on a bone base.

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