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Walrus Jaw Bone Carvings

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Berry Picker

Hand carved from Fossilized Walrus Jaw Bone, by Chupak of Juneau, Alaska. This berry picker is 5 inches tall and signed by the artist.


Berry Picker

Fossilized Walrus Jawbone, hand carved by Chupak of Juneau, Alaska. This blueberry picker is 4 inches tall and signed by the artist.


Berry Picker

Hand carved Walrus Jaw bone, by Ekemo Carvers of Anchorage, Alaska. This berry picker is 6 inches tall and signed by the artist.


Walrus

Fossilized Hand carved Walrus Jaw bone, by Chupak of Juneau, Alaska. This Walrus is 3½ inches tall, 5¾ inches long and signed by the artist.


Raven

Hand carved from Fossilized Walrus Jawbone, by Chupak of Juneau, Alaska. This Raven is 4¼ inches tall and signed by the artist.


Raven

Hand carved from Fossilized Walrus Jawbone, by Chupak of Juneau, Alaska. This Raven is 2 inches tall, 5¼ inches long and signed by the artist.


Walrus Spear Hunter

Hand carved from Fossilized Walrus Jawbone, by Chupak of Juneau, Alaska. This is a walrus transformation spear hunter. The rope to his spear is made of sinew, from a seal. It is 7 inches tall and signed by the artist.



Bear Spear Hunter

Hand carved from Fossilized Walrus Jawbone, by Chupak of Juneau, Alaska. This is a Bear spear fisherman. It is 7½ inches tall and signed by the artist.


Bear Spear Hunter

Hand carved from Fossilized Walrus Jawbone, by Chupak of Juneau, Alaska. This is a Bear spear fisherman. It is 7½ inches tall and signed by the artist.


Fisherman

Hand carved from Fossilized Walrus Jaw bone, by Chupak of Juneau, Alaska. This is a fisherman. It is 7½ inches tall to the top of his fishing pole and signed by the artist.


Fisherman

Hand carved from Fossilized Walrus Jawbone, by Chupak of Juneau, Alaska. This carving is a fisherman. The line he used to catch the fish is made of sinew, from a seal. It is 6 inches tall and signed by the artist.


Spear Hunter

Hand carved Walrus Jawbone, by Chupak of Juneau, Alaska. This carving is a spear hunter. It is 9½ inches tall and signed by the artist.


Walrus Spear Hunter

Fossilized Hand carved Walrus Jawbone, by Chupak of Juneau, Alaska. This is a walrus transformation spear hunter. The rope to his spear is made of sinew, from a seal. It is 12¾ inches tall to the tip of the spear and signed by the artist.


Eagle

Hand carved from Fossilized Walrus Jawbone, by Chupak of Juneau, Alaska. This carving is a Bald Eagle and his catch. The carving is so intricate, every feather is clearly visible. It is 11½ inches tall and signed by the artist.


Eagle

Hand carved from Fossilized Walrus Jaw bone, by Chupak of Juneau, Alaska. This carving is a Bald Eagle and his catch. The carving is so intricate, every feather is clearly visible. It is 10¼ inches tall and signed by the artist.


Eagle Feather Dancer

Hand carved from an entire Fossilized Walrus lower Jawbone, by Chupak of Juneau, Alaska. This carving is a Bald Eagle Transformation feather dancer. It is 7 ¾ inches tall and signed by the artist.


Killer Whale

Hand carved from Fossilized Walrus Jawbone, by Chupak of Juneau, Alaska. This carving is a beautiful Orca (Killer whale). The carving uses one piece of jawbone for the base while using another for the Orca. It is 8 inches tall, 8½ inches long and signed by the artist.


Moose Drummer

Hand carved from an entire Fossilized Walrus lower Jawbone, by Chupak of Juneau, Alaska. This carving is a Moose Transformation ceremonial drummer. The antlers are made from genuine shed antler, and the drum is hand stretched rawhide. This carving is 9½ inches tall and signed by the artist.


Mother and Child

Hand carved from Fossilized Walrus Jawbone, by Chupak of Juneau, Alaska. This carving is a mother and child, waiting for the men to return from a great hunt. It is signed by the artist.


Salmon Swimming on Whalebone

This piece is carved from two materials. The salmon swimming upstream are from fossilized walrus jawbone. They are swimming on a piece of a fossilized whale vertebrae. It is 7 inches tall and a real conversation piece..


Eskimo

Carved by hand from fossilized Walrus jaw bone, by Chupak of Juneau, Alaska. This carving is an Eskimo all bundled up on a cold day. It is 8¼ inches tall and signed by the artist.


Eskimo Feather Dancer

Hand carved from Fossilized Walrus Jawbone, by Chupak of Juneau, Alaska. This carving is a ceremonial feather dancer. It is 7 inches tall and signed by the artist.


Eskimo Feather Dancer

Hand carved from Fossilized Walrus Jawbone, by Chupak of Juneau, Alaska. This carving is a ceremonial feather dancer. It is 6 inches tall and signed by the artist.


Mother and Child

This carving is a mother and child waiting for the men to return from the hunt. It is made of fossilized walrus jawbone. It is 6½ inches tall.


Blue Berry Picker

Hand carved from Fossilized Walrus Jawbone, by Chupak of Juneau, Alaska. This blueberry picker is 4¼ inches tall and signed by the artist.


Walrus

Hand carved from Fossilized Walrus Jawbone, by Chupak of Juneau, Alaska. This Walrus is 2 inches tall, 5½ inches long and signed by the artist.