Fossil walrus bone is mostly found on the Arctic coasts of Alaska and St. Lawrence Island. The bone is found at ancient hunting sites or obtained from natural "washups" of the massive skeletons and skulls. Bones excavated from mounds near Gambell on St. Lawrence Island have been dated as being more than 1000 years old. Realizing the potential of this rough material for sculpting, a small group of artists began carving hunters, whimsical dancers and drummers, and graceful Arctic wildlife.

Bears

Bears

$2,095.00

Alaska Wildlife Carving

Alaska Wildlife Carving

$2,095.00

Inukshuk Carving

Inukshuk Carving

$225.00

Fisherman

Fisherman

$489.00

Spearman

Spearman

$284.00

Walrus Jawbone Carving- Eskimo

Walrus Jawbone Carving- Eskimo

$154.00

Walrus Jawbone Carving- Eskimo

Walrus Jawbone Carving- Eskimo

$258.00

Walrus Jawbone Carving- Eskimo

Walrus Jawbone Carving- Eskimo

$292.00

Walrus Jawbone Carving- Salmon

Walrus Jawbone Carving- Salmon

$230.00

Walrus Jawbone Carving- Salmon

Walrus Jawbone Carving- Salmon

$265.00

Salmon

Salmon

$168.00

Woman with Child

Woman with Child

$160.00

Walrus Jawbone Carving- Eagle

Walrus Jawbone Carving- Eagle

$210.00

Walrus Jawbone Carving- Eagle

Walrus Jawbone Carving- Eagle

$255.00

Walrus Jawbone Carving- Eagle

Walrus Jawbone Carving- Eagle

$300.00

Walrus Jawbone Carving- Salmon

Walrus Jawbone Carving- Salmon

$399.00

Walrus Jawbone Carving- Salmon

Walrus Jawbone Carving- Salmon

$365.00

Walrus Jawbone Carving- Salmon

Walrus Jawbone Carving- Salmon

$186.00

Walrus Jawbone Carving- Salmon

Walrus Jawbone Carving- Salmon

$250.00

Salmon Carving

Salmon Carving

$225.00

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