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International Merchants of Exotic Natural Products since 1992

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Attikamek Birchbark Canoe: Gallery Item
Price: $450.00
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Item #: 1003-G03 (10URM2) -

We occasionally get a small number of very nicely made birchbark canoes from the Attikamek in Manouane, Quebec. Manouane is a Native community about 150 miles northeast of Montreal at the end of a long logging road. The canoes are made in the traditional style using birch bark and spruce roots. The men usually make the canoes and the women etch designs on the outside. These canoes are becoming more difficult to obtain with each passing year. The canoes are not signed, but most likely are made...

Attikamek Birchbark Rogan/Basket: Gallery Item
Price: $205.00
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Item #: 226-G181 (10URM2) -

Rogans are birch bark baskets made by the Attikameks in Quebec, Canada. The baskets were traditionally used by women collecting berries in the forest and for storing food. They are made from birch bark that has been tied together with spruce roots. Most rogans have smoked moose hide straps. Usually, the rogans are decorated with designs of flowers and animals that have been scraped into the bark. Some large containers are used as clothes hampers.

Iroquois Soapstone Carving Kit: Small
Price: $12.50
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Item #: 569-S (R6) -

These kits include everything you need to start carving in soapstone. Each Small Soapstone Kit consists of the following items: 3" x 3" x 3/4" soapstone One coarse metal file Wet/dry sandpaper Instructions Resealable plastic bag

Abenaki Ash Splint Basket: P406-B
Price: $400.00
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Item #: 35-P406-B (10URM2) -

I purchased these awesome hand-made baskets at the Abenaki reservation in Odanak, Quebec in July 2005 from Marguerite Panadis, who is liquidating her store as a result of an illness that set in around 2000. The baskets are made using sweetgrass and ash splint weaved into beautiful patterns. Measurements below reflect the size of the actual basket, not the outer decorations (i.e., small handles, exterior curls or points).Native Made.

Northwest Coast Plaque: Gallery Item
Price: $246.99
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Item #: 105-G18528 (U10-RM2) -

These one-of-a-kind wooden plaques are hand-carved and painted by Native Americans in British Columbia, Canada. They come in assorted designs. Below is a video of some North West Coast plaques.

Ojibwa Fancy 4-Tooth Beaver Necklace: Gallery Item
Price: $195.00
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Item #: 200-403-G3360 (N14) -

This Ojibwa necklace is made by Gloria McConini, an artisan frequently referred to as "Mrs. Beaver" in Quebec, Canada using traditional Native smoked moosehide and various animal parts. Neck strap is approximately 22" - 24" long. This animal is not an endangered species and is not subject to CITES. A USFWS export permit is required for all shipments outside the USA.

Micmac "Far-Seeing Eagle" Moose Antler Carving: Gallery Item
Price: $500.00
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Item #: 118-G34 -

Each beautifully detailed piece comes with a card signed by Micmac artist, Clyde Drew.7.25" (18.4 cm) high, 6.5" (16.5 cm) baseMade from the antler of the largest moose ever recorded in Newfoundland, Canada.

Native Brain-Tanned Smoked Moosehide: Gallery item
Price: $3,498.00
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Item #: 2-13-G2669 (L9) -

We have a few sources for traditional, hand-made, brain-tanned, smoked moose hide from the Cree in Canada. The traditional method involves using the brains from the same moose the hide comes from to tan the hide before stretching and smoking it. This kind of leather is very difficult to obtain these days and has become quite expensive. They are soft and supple, and perfect for making moccasins and mitts, ceremonial attire, bags, and more.Each piece is cataloged and priced separately. The price...

Iroquois False Face Guardian Mask: Gallery Item
Price: $85.00
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Item #: 109-G115C (10UF4) -

Smaller than the traditional False Face masks, these unique False Face Guardian Masks are hand-carved from wood with deerhide leather ties for the hair and a loop for hanging at the top. The mask alone measure about 3" long and are 2" to 2.5" wide. They weigh approximately 25 grams. They may or may not come signed by the artist.

Abenaki Ash Splint Basket: P502
Price: $100.00
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Item #: 35-P502 (10URM2) -

I purchased these awesome hand-made baskets at the Abenaki reservation in Odanak, Quebec in July 2005 from Marguerite Panadis, who is liquidating her store as a result of an illness that set in around 2000. The baskets are made using sweetgrass and ash splint weaved into beautiful patterns. Measurements below reflect the size of the actual basket, not the outer decorations (i.e., small handles, exterior curls or points).Native Made.Height: 3.5" (9 cm)Diameter: 11" (28 cm) ...

Iroquois Beaded Keychain
Price: $9.99
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Item #: 42-03 (A7) -

These 4" keychains are assembled using plastic hairpipe, glass beads, and deerskin by the Iroquois in Canada.

Attikamek Birchbark Rogan/Basket: Gallery Item
Price: $550.00
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Item #: 226-G104 (10URM2) -

Rogans are birch bark baskets made by the Attikameks in Quebec, Canada. The baskets were traditionally used by women collecting berries in the forest and for storing food. They are made from birch bark that has been tied together with spruce roots. Most rogans have smoked moose hide straps. Usually, the rogans are decorated with designs of flowers and animals that have been scraped into the bark. Some large containers are used as clothes hampers.

Cree Tamarack Goose
Price: $89.99-$245.00
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Item #: 106-xxx -

The Cree hunters of James Bay originally used the life-sized tamarack birds as decoys during their annual spring and fall hunts. Made from the tamarack (larch) tree, the tamarack bird represents the Canada Goose. The hole in it's head symbolizes the white patch on the head of the Canadian Goose. The core of the body is composed of a ball of twigs and the outer part is shaped into a goose. You will notice the fragrance of the tamarack tree, if the birds is stored in a hot dry place, but the...

Abenaki Ash Splint Basket: P701
Price: $720.00
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Item #: 35-P701 (10URM2) -

I purchased these awesome hand-made baskets at the Abenaki reservation in Odanak, Quebec in July 2005 from Marguerite Panadis, who is liquidating her store as a result of an illness that set in around 2000. The baskets are made using sweetgrass and ash splint weaved into beautiful patterns. Measurements below reflect the size of the actual basket, not the outer decorations (i.e., small handles, exterior curls or points).Native Made.Height: 22.25" (56.5 cm)Diameter: 13" (33 cm) ...

Iroquois Soapstone Carving: Gallery Item
Price: $750.00
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Item #: 292-G1 (RM1) -

Most of the carvings are made on the Six Nations Iroquois Reservation in Ontario, Canada. Some carvings are made by Iroquois artisans in the USA.

Iroquois 1-Row Cow Bone Choker
Price: $26.25
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Item #: 81-101 (C6) -

The Iroquois bone and horn jewelry listed below is made by Iroquois women on the Six Nations Reservation in Ontario, Canada. The colors vary, so please let us know if you have a color preference. We can let you know whether your choice is in stock.This traditional Iroquois bone jewelry is made with deerskin leather, cow bone hairpipe, brass and glass beads.Native Made in Canada

Iroquois Coyote Head Wall Hanging
Price: $115.00
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Item #: 518-AS (R2) -

The Iroquois wall hanging is made from a coyote head and is adorned with a clam shell disc, ribbons, feathers, glass beds, and tin cones. It has Iroquois markings on the back and a leather strap for hanging.These are made on the Six Nations Reservation in Ontario, Canada.

Iroquois False Face Mask: Gallery Item
Price: $80.00
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Item #: 109-G105 (10UF4) -

These unique masks are carved from wood. Some artists, like Gene Thomas, use white pine to carve their masks, while others use basswood. The masks have real horse tail hair and eyes made of tin, copper, or other materials. Our selection keeps changing. If you want to be on our notification list, please let us know. When we get a new selection of masks, we will send you an e-mail.

Cree Smoked Moose Gauntlets: Gallery Item cree smoked moosehide gauntlets, moose gloves, moosehide gloves, moose mitts, moosehide mitts
Price: $275.00
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Item #: 1115-G03 (10UFR2) -

These Cree gauntlets are made out of smoked moosehide. Each pair is unique with a different design. A USFWS export permit is required for all shipments outside of the U.S. Moose are not an endangered species.

Attikamek Birchbark Moose Caller
Price: $150.00
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Item #: 226-MC (L6) -

These are functional moose callers used for hunting moose. The Attikamek moose callers are bound with imitation sinew, while the traditional moose callers are bound with spruce roots.When you order these items, you will receive something similar to the picture shown. The average length is 16.5" to 20" long. Note that sizes may vary.

Iroquois Little Smoker Pipe
Price: $63.00
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Item #: 102-105 (Q7) -

These are Native-made Iroquois peace pipes and calumet pipes made from soapstone and antler. They may come decorated with leather ties and/or wraps, rabbit furs, beads, and feathers.The pipes are made by Ramon Mitten, a member of the Seneca Band.The Iroquois Little Smoker Pipe are approximately 6" to 8.5" long, with or without a leather fringe. They weigh about 5 oz.

Cree Smoked Moose Moccasins: Gallery Item cree smoked moosehide moccasins
Price: $475.00
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Item #: 201-CSM-G10 (10UFR2) -

These cozy moccassins are handmade by Native American artisans from the Cree nation in Canada. They are made from smoked moosehide leather and may be trimmed with rabbit or beaver fur. They are hand embroidered with various colorful designs, and come in many sizes.A USFWS export permit is required for all shipments outside of the U.S.

Attikamek Birchbark Rogan/Basket: Gallery Item
Price: $300.00
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Item #: 226-G166 (10URM2) -

Rogans are birch bark baskets made by the Attikameks in Quebec, Canada. The baskets were traditionally used by women collecting berries in the forest and for storing food. They are made from birch bark that has been tied together with spruce roots. Most rogans have smoked moose hide straps. Usually, the rogans are decorated with designs of flowers and animals that have been scraped into the bark. Some large containers are used as clothes hampers.

Huron Baby Fleece-Lined Moosesplit Moccasins fleece-lined moosesplit moccasins, fleece-lined moose moccasins, fleece-lined moosehide moccasins
Price: $45.00
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Item #: 201-402-Bxxx -

These baby moccasins are made from moose suede leather by the Huron in Quebec, Canada. They are lined with fleece and decorated with seedbeads. All moccasins come in a nicely decorated shoebox.