Whalebone comes from private lands in Alaska that are owned by Native people. The colors are contingent on the minerals that the bone absorbed over several hundred (or even thousands) years while lying on the ground or beach. Because of this, no two carvings will have the same design or color. Both Natives and non-Natives can work with these materials, but this art form has traditionally been done by Alaskan Natives for hundreds of years.

Whale Tail Carving

Whale Tail Carving

$54.00

Eskimo Fisherman Carving

Eskimo Fisherman Carving

$159.00

Kayakers with Seals Carving

Kayakers with Seals Carving

$595.00

Billiken

Billiken

$45.00

Eskimo Woman

Eskimo Woman

$158.00

Whalebone Cribbage Board

Whalebone Cribbage Board

$128.00

Kayaker Carving

$325.00

Seals on Vertibrae

Seals on Vertibrae

$325.00

Kayaker Carving

Kayaker Carving

$325.00

Bear with Salmon Carving

Bear with Salmon Carving

$495.00

Bear with Salmon Carving

Bear with Salmon Carving

$495.00

Bear with Salmon Carving

Bear with Salmon Carving

$495.00

Bear with Salmon Carving

Bear with Salmon Carving

$395.00

Bear with Salmon Carving

Bear with Salmon Carving

$525.00

Salmon Carving on Vertibrae

Salmon Carving on Vertibrae

$1,395.00

Bear with Salmon Carving

Bear with Salmon Carving

$328.00

Bear with Salmon Carving

Bear with Salmon Carving

$228.00

Bear with Salmon Carving

Bear with Salmon Carving

$995.00

Whale Bone Carving - Sea Life

Whale Bone Carving - Sea Life

$520.00

Eagle Dancer Carving

Eagle Dancer Carving

$825.00

Spirit Mask Totem Carving

Spirit Mask Totem Carving

$1,495.00

Bear Hunter Carving

Bear Hunter Carving

$495.00

Bear Hunter Carving

Bear Hunter Carving

$495.00

Raven Dancer with Sun Carving

Raven Dancer with Sun Carving

$355.00

Seals on Vertibrae

Seals on Vertibrae

$369.00

Eskimo Spear Fisherman

Eskimo Spear Fisherman

$158.00

Eskimo Berry Picker

Eskimo Berry Picker

$159.00

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