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.

Feather Spirit Mask Sold out
Bear with Salmon

Bear with Salmon

$2,140.00

Bear Fishing

Bear Fishing

$2,100.00

Salmon Carving on Vertibrae

Salmon Carving on Vertibrae

$1,440.00

Salmon Carving on Vertibrae

Salmon Carving on Vertibrae

$1,545.00

Salmon & Walrus Skull

Salmon & Walrus Skull

$3,895.00

Eagle and Salmon

Eagle and Salmon

$1,080.00

Alaskan Wildlife Totem Pole

Alaskan Wildlife Totem Pole

$2,870.00

Sea Life Totem Pole

Sea Life Totem Pole

$2,290.00

Fishing Spirit Totem Pole

Fishing Spirit Totem Pole

$1,395.00

Transformation Totem Pole Sold out
Salmon Fishing Totem Pole

Salmon Fishing Totem Pole

$3,945.00

Seal Hunter Carving

Seal Hunter Carving

$3,240.00

Otter with Salmon

Otter with Salmon

$260.00

Kayaker

Kayaker

$149.00

Kayak Hunter

Kayak Hunter

$324.00

Double Kayak Hunter

Double Kayak Hunter

$524.00

Kayak Walrus Hunter

Kayak Walrus Hunter

$695.00

Woman w/Ulu & Salmon Sold out
Spearman w/Mask

Spearman w/Mask

$168.00

Fisherman

Fisherman

$188.00

Spear Fisherman

Spear Fisherman

$188.00

Berry Picker Sold out

Berry Picker

Sold out

Fan Dancer Sold out

Fan Dancer

Sold out

Fan Dancer

Fan Dancer

$178.00

Feather Fan Dancer

Feather Fan Dancer

$178.00

Eskimo Drummer Sold out

Eskimo Drummer

Sold out

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