Inuit Alaskan Native American Indian Doll

Inuit Alaskan Native American Indian Doll - This rare and pristine Native American Doll was made on St. Lawrence Island by an Inuit Native Alaskan Indian. The doll's clothes are made of native Alaskan furs, mostly seal fur. Her beautiful little face is whale ivory as is her spear head and end. Rope/string around spear is seal gut.

The older dolls are becoming harder and harder to find. This doll is exceptional because of the exquisite quality of workmanship and attention to detail.

Doll measures a good 10" tall by 7" wide. Spear is 10" long.

Pristine Condition.

Circa 1940s


Item ID: N156

Please visit me on your next cruise to Alaska at Deja vu Antiques - on the Wharf.

$1,450 USD

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