|Year Range from||1963|
|Year Range to||1980|
A carving made from caribou antler.
It has a white, rough, porous surface with hand carved scenes on one side.
The scenes consist of an igloo, hunting rabbit, seal hunting, inside and outside of an igloo and dog sledding.
A wire runs between two of the antler tines. It is attached through holes drilled in the antler.
|Provenance||The carving belonged to Archbishop James A. Watton, originally of Southampton, who served the diocese of Moosonee between 1963 and 1980. The artist of this piece is unknown.|
|Dimensions||H-39.7 L-52.5 cm|
|Lexicon category||8: Communication Artifact|
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