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Yupik Walrus Ivory Carving: Gallery Item
Price: $259.88
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Availability: In Stock
Item #: 1000-G11-B (RM1) -

These carvings were purchased by Paul Crosby directly from Yup'ik carvers in the Alaskan village of Savoonga on St. Lawrence Island in the Bering Sea during February 2007. All of the carvings are made from fresh walrus ivory that was taken from subsistence hunting activities. Many have eyes or trim using baleen and are often set on fossilized walrus ivory bases. Savoonga is known as the "Walrus Capital of the World." The walrus are hunted for meat--a number of the carvers had just returned...

Alaska Seal Skin Mask: Gallery Item
Price: $57.75
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Item #: 111-G1 (N4F) -

Navajo Rattle: Drum
Price: $49.49
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Item #: 103-27 (M8) -

These rattles are handmade by Navajo artisans from New Mexico and Arizona. The Drum style of rattles are made with goat rawhide and sinew, and decorated with seed beads and horse hair. They are mounted on wooden dowels wrapped in antiqued pigskin, and come with a card and description and photo of the artist.The Drum rattles measure 2" x 1.75" x 1.5" in size, with a 6.75" long by 0.5" wide handle. These weigh approximately 55 grams.There are no export controls for this item. ...

Iroquois Bear Pipe Bowl
Price: $84.90
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Item #: 468-2 (P6) -

Our pipe bowls are carved from soapstone by an Iroquois artist and can be used with our wood pipe stems to make your own pipes. These are craft supply items, so you may need to modify the size of the hole to make the pipe stem fit properly. Please note that because they are hand-carved, there will be a slight variation in size.The Bear Pipe Bowl is 4" long and 2.25" high with a 0.5" hole for the pipe stem.Native Made.

Iroquois Turtle Pipe
Price: $60.50
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Item #: 102-104 (P12) -

These are Native-made Iroquois peace pipes and calumet pipes made from soapstone and antler. They may come decorated by leather ties and wraps, rabbit furskin, beads, and feathers. The pipes are made by Ramon Mitten, a member of the Seneca Band.The Iroquois Turtle Pipe measures 6" (15 cm) long. These pipes come with leather ties, beads and feathers. The turtle carving measures 2.75" long by 2.75" wide, and the pipe weighs about 5 oz. ...

Iroquois Large Eagle Pipe
Price: $60.62
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Item #: 102-111 (F12) -

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 Large Eagle Pipe measures 12.5" (32 cm) long. These pipes come with leather ties, beads and feathers. They are wrapped with a rabbit fur piece and dyed leather. ...

Iroquois Talking Stick: Gallery Item
Price: $192.50
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Item #: 420-G3540 (L12) -

Each of the talking sticks shown on this page is unique. Iroquois Talking Sticks are approximately 2 feet long. Materials include: deer antler, deerskin, feathers, glass beads, trade cloth, and rabbit fur. Each talking stick comes with a card shown below.

Iroquois Eagle Head Carving: Gallery Item
Price: $39.99
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Item #: 292-01-G4760 (P10) -

These eagle head soapstone carvings are made by Ramon Mitten, a member of the Seneca Band. Since each one is hand-carved there will be variation in size, color, and shape.

Navajo 6" 2" Duet Dreamcatcher: Plastic Beads
Price: $30.32
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Availability: In Stock
Item #: 70-D6P (C4E) -

These dreamcatchers are made by Navajo artisans in New Mexico and come with a Certificate of Authenticity. They are made using pig leather and 3-6" chicken feathers. The fancy dream catchers are made using pig leather and turkey feathers. The beads are either plastic or glass, as indicated below. There are no export limitations on these dream catchers.There are no export limitations on these dream catchers.Native Made in the USA

Navajo Rattle: Petroglyph Circle
Price: $43.99
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Item #: 103-26B-AS (M8) -

These rattles are handmade by Navajo artisans from New Mexico and Arizona. The Petrglyyph style comes in different painted designs. The rattles are made with cow rawhide and are mounted on wooden dowels wrapped in antiqued pigskin. They are decorated with seed beads, horse hair and sinew. They come with a card with a description and photo of the artist. The rattles measure approximately 2.25” by 2.25” by 1.5” with an 8" long by 0.5" wide handle. There will be some variation from rattle to...

Ojibwa Quill Necklace
Price: $30.32
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Availability: Out of Stock
Item #: 200-117 (G2) -

These necklaces are strung porcupine quills in a variety of colors.

Navajo Dream Catcher Necklace: 1.5"
Price: $13.34
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Item #: 200-130 (N9) -

The Navajo Dream Catcher Necklace consists of a turquoise chip inside a deerskin leather-wrapped ring. Four glass beads and a feather charm dangle from the leather straps below. Each necklace comes with a card from Mae Stone guaranteeing their authenticity. Order Code Size 200-130 1.5" ring 200-131 2" ring A USFWS export permit is required for all shipments outside the USA. Native made. ...

Yupik Walrus Ivory Carving: Gallery Item
Price: $259.88
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Availability: In Stock
Item #: 1000-G11-C (RM1) -

These carvings were purchased by Paul Crosby directly from Yup'ik carvers in the Alaskan village of Savoonga on St. Lawrence Island in the Bering Sea during February 2007. All of the carvings are made from fresh walrus ivory that was taken from subsistence hunting activities. Many have eyes or trim using baleen and are often set on fossilized walrus ivory bases. Savoonga is known as the "Walrus Capital of the World." The walrus are hunted for meat--a number of the carvers had just returned...

Iroquois Lady Pipe Bowl with Hole
Price: $84.90
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Item #: 468-4H (P1) -

Our pipe bowls are carved from soapstone by an Iroquois artist and can be used with our wood pipe stems to make your own pipes. These are craft supply items, so you may need to modify the size of the hole to make the pipe stem fit properly. Please note that because they are hand-carved, there will be a slight variation in size.The Lady Pipe Bowl with Hole permits hanging of feathers or other decorations. It is 3.75" long and 2.5" high with a 0.5" hole for the pipe stem.Native Made. ...

Iroquois Talking Stick: Gallery Item
Price: $192.50
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Item #: 420-G3542 (L12) -

Each of the talking sticks shown on this page is unique. Iroquois Talking Sticks are approximately 2 feet long. Materials include: deer antler, deerskin, feathers, glass beads, trade cloth, and rabbit fur. Each talking stick comes with a card shown below.

Iroquois Soapstone Pocket Pipe: Bear Paw Design
Price: $17.31
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Availability: Out of Stock
Item #: 102-120-B (F12) -

These are Native-made Iroquois pocket peace pipes carved from soapstone. These pipes are etched with a bear paw design. The pipes are approximately 1.25 to 2 inches long. You will get a pipe similar to the one shown, but not the exact item photographed. As these are handmade, please allow for slight variation from pipe to pipe. These pipes are made by Ramon Mitten, a member of the Seneca Band in New York.

Iroquois Bear with Feet Pipe
Price: $71.50
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Item #: 102-102A (P1) -

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 Bear with Feet Pipe measures 6.5" (16.25 cm) long, and weighs about 6.8 oz. These pipes come with leather ties, beads and feathers. ...

Yupik Walrus Ivory Carving: Gallery Item
Price: $519.75
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Availability: In Stock
Item #: 1000-G06 (RM1) -

These carvings were purchased by Paul Crosby directly from Yup'ik carvers in the Alaskan village of Savoonga on St. Lawrence Island in the Bering Sea during February 2007. All of the carvings are made from fresh walrus ivory that was taken from subsistence hunting activities. Many have eyes or trim using baleen and are often set on fossilized walrus ivory bases. Savoonga is known as the "Walrus Capital of the World." The walrus are hunted for meat--a number of the carvers had just returned...

Navajo Dreamcatcher with Glass Beads
Price: $10.62-$54.57
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Availability: Variant
Item #: 70-xxxG -

These dreamcatchers are made by Navajo artisans in New Mexico and come with a Certificate of Authenticity. They are made using pig leather, 3" to 6" long chicken feathers, and plastic beads. They come in assorted colors. There are no export limitations on these dream catchers.

Iroquois Bear Pipe
Price: $60.50
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Availability: Out of Stock
Item #: 102-102 (Q2) -

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 Bear Pipe measures 5.75" (14.38 cm) long, and weighs about 6.8 oz. These pipes come with leather ties, beads and feathers.

Ojibwa Corn Necklace
Price: $30.32
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Availability: Out of Stock
Item #: 200-108 (D6) -

This traditional Native necklace is made from colorful corn.

Iroquois Talking Stick: Gallery Item
Price: $192.50
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Availability: In Stock
Item #: 420-G3545 (L12) -

Each of the talking sticks shown on this page is unique. Iroquois Talking Sticks are approximately 2 feet long. Materials include: deer antler, deerskin, feathers, glass beads, trade cloth, and rabbit fur. Each talking stick comes with a card shown below.

Navajo Dream Catcher Necklace: 2"
Price: $18.19
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Availability: In Stock
Item #: 200-131 (04) -

The Navajo Dream Catcher Necklace consists of a turquoise chip inside a deerskin leather-wrapped ring. Four glass beads and a feather charm dangle from the leather straps below. Each necklace comes with a card from Mae Stone guaranteeing their authenticity. Order Code Size 200-130 1.5" ring 200-131 2" ring A USFWS export permit is required for all shipments outside the USA. Native made. ...

Navajo Rattle: Petroglyph Bear Paw
Price: $43.99
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Availability: In Stock
Item #: 103-26E-AS (M8) -

These rattles are handmade by Navajo artisans from New Mexico and Arizona. The Petrglyyph style comes in different painted designs. The rattles are made with cow rawhide and are mounted on wooden dowels wrapped in antiqued pigskin. They are decorated with seed beads, horse hair and sinew. They come with a card with a description and photo of the artist. The rattles measure approximately 2.25” by 2.25” by 1.5” with an 8" long by 0.5" wide handle. There will be some variation from rattle to...