Eskimo Artifact Ancient Spear Harpoon Fossil Ivory Pendant Bead

Eskimo RARE Ancient Artifact 2 Spear Harpoon points, Fossil Ivory ~  circa THULE period, 1200 AD to 1700AD. Pendant Bead
We are offering a wonderful Eskimo fossil Ivory Artifact ~ ~ Great Color, wonderful fossilized texture and great color. Our Artifact could be drilled as a bead or pendant.  Left in the natural found state.   It's Beautiful Variegated Chocolate Coffee and Cream color, is the result of mineral absorption from the frozen ground and fossilization over the centuries. {Note Size and weight}  Artifacts Measure  2-3/8" long and 1-1/2” long  X 5/8 ” and ¾” wide X  3/8”  Thick X Total weigh 15 Grams ~ We Offer the finest Quality Hand Carved Ancient Fossil Ivory on the Internet. No animal was killed or Harmed for this carving. All material is from Extinct Species, thousands of years old. We DO NOT buy or sell Elephant Ivory of ANY age. NO exceptions. ~~~ ACCEPTED PAYMENTS: CASH, CHECK, POSTAL MONEY ORDER,  or Paypal, payment address to send checks or Money Orders, Cash. ~ FREE Shipping with tracking in  U.S. ONLY  ~ WE COMBINE SHIPPING {at no extra mailing cost} ON MORE CARVINGS and SMALL SILVER LTEMS Questions Please Email Eric at  or Call 330- 434 -1010 Ages Tribal Arts Gallery 194 Myrtle Place  Akron Ohio, 44303 USA ~~~~~~~~~~~~TOTEM AMULET TALISMAN ~ VIEW OUR FANTASTIC COLLECTION of RARE FOSSIL MAMMOTH and Ancient WALRUS IVORY Spirit BEADS ~GREAT FOR BEADING PROJECTS

One of the few types of ivory available today that does NOT endanger a living animal; it is found in melting glaciers in Alaska and the Siberian tundra, and comes from either walrus, mastodon or mammoth that were sacrificed for food and tools in ancient times, when they were not in any ecological danger. Prehistorically, this material was utilized by the Eskimo to make tools and utensils; from harpoons to sled runners, ivory was considered a gift from the gods.
St. Lawrence Eskimo Artifact ALASKAN NATIVE HANDICRAFT ~ The island of St. Lawrence contains two villages: Savoonga and Gambell. The two villages were given title to most of the land on St. Lawrence Island by the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act in 1971. As a result of having title to the land, the Yupik are legally able to sell the fossilized ivory and other artifacts found on St. Lawrence Island.  The island is now inhabited mostly by Siberian Yupik engaged in hunting, fishing, and reindeer herding. The St. Lawrence Island Yupik people are also known for their skill in carving, mostly with materials from marine mammals

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  • Item #: FI~Harpoon pair
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