This bracelet is from the collection of Charles Goodyear Hubbard (1869 – 1969), an adventurer and explorer who spent a fair amount of time in Alaska.
The fossil walrus tusk has an outstanding patina that cannot be replicated.
Inside circumference is approximately 7″; 11/16″ wide
Lawrence Ahvakana was one of the first Native American artists to work with glass. Over the years, he has taught many other native artists. This design is one of the artist’s textile series, inspired by fabrics of many cultures.
15 3/4″ x 17
A beautifully carved transformation from talented Inupiaq artist Levi Tetpon. Human drummer with a whale tail. Walrus tusk is with inlaid baleen. Dynamic pose, delicate features, fine carving, and precise inlay make this a terrific piece!
6 3/4″ x 2 1/4″ x 1 3/4″ d
Because of marine mammal protection laws, this item can only be shipped within the United States.
This is an exquisite white ivory (walrus tusk) bracelet.
Held together with elastic cord, this bracelet measures approximately 2 1/4 inches in diameter, but stretches easily to fit on the wrist. Each piece is approx. 1″ x 3/4″.