Stone, Bone and Antler Sculpture by the Inuit of the Canadian Arctic.
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The Inuit ("People" in their language of Inuktitut) are spread out across the top of North America - from the northern slopes of Alaska in the West, throughout the northern Canadian coastline and archipelago, to Greenland in the East. Those inside Canada number about 65,000. The art they create is as varied as the land and sea they call home, and the materials they are using. We look for pieces that reflect individual tastes; every item you see here is on-hand and ready to ship from southern Vermont. No customs duties apply to this original art.
Two-way Diving and Dancing Bear by Ottokie Samayualie (Inuit) of Cape Dorset/Kingait, Nunavut, Canada. Material...
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Dancing Polar Bear by Johnny Papigatuk of Kingait, Baffin Island, Canada A sculpture of Arctic wildlife carved...