Sedna by Ottokie Aningiug (Inuit) of Cape Dorset/Kingait, Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canada
11.25" long; 6.25" tall; 2.5" deep
Why is she not that pretty? How come her fingers look cut off?
Sedna is an important part of the origin story of the Inuit. Much has been written about her and all is available by searching the internet. It's well worth the time, and a lot of the important details in this piece will become relevant once you learn what to look for.
Building an Inukshuk/Igloo by Mary Oshutsiaq of Cape Dorset.
A great little set of figures at task. The figures are each around 4" tall