Tom Hurst

A sealskin and beadwork sewing utensil container.

Inuit,

Weastern Arctic

DESCRIPTION

An extraordinarily fine container made from various natural and tanned shades of sealskin. Glass and stone beads to the lid. Various inventory numbers. (Inventory number 77 CLA 353 : A to the container and 77 CLA 353 : b to the cover)

CONDITION

Long missing its handle.

Provenance

Ex. Native American Center for the Living Arts, Niagra Falls, N.Y.A. Private collection, Canada.

DATE

Late 19th century.

Dimensions

PRICE

GBP £

2400

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