Inuit tools, Canada, XIXth Century

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Arts Premiers
19th century
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Tool consisting of 3 caribou wood elements decorated with small hollowed circles. These elements are linked together by a string.
A label is attached to the string and bears the words "bone apparatus used to twist the tendons that join the bone pieces constituting the arch (Eskimo of Liverpool Bay) 1865"
Inuit people, Liverpool Bay, Western Canada
Nineteenth century
W: 13.3 and 10.7 cm


Style Arts Premiers
Century 19th century
Length (cm) 13,3 cm
Materials Corne
Shipping Cost 18
Shipping Time Ready to ship in 4-7 Business Days
Location 69620, Ternand, France

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