Canada Goose Goslings
“Canada Goose Goslings” color scrimshaw on ancient walrus tusk ivory artifact by the late Kelly Mulford. Canada goose looks after her goslings as they paddle along. The Canada goose was named after John Canada, not the country. Mulford, one of the originators of contemporary West Coast scrimshaw, created this in 1981. It is from the collection of one of our clients who is no longer with us. Ivory was used as an ice axe hundreds of years ago by people in the Northern Bering Sea Area.