Ancient Walrus Tusk Ivory Cufflinks

Ancient Mammoth Tusk Ivory Cufflinks

Handmade sterling silver cufflinks of ancient walrus tusk ivory by Jenkins. Stunning color in these cufflinks. The ivory is from the center of the tusk, similar to the marrow in a bone. Color is the result of minerals that have been absorbed into the tusk for hundreds and hundreds of years. Not much of this color left today. These are obviously, a one of a kind.

Ancient Walrus Tusk Carving – Wolf and Cub

Unknown Artist - Ancient Walrus Tusk Carving - Wolf and Cub

Ancient Walrus Tusk Carving – Wolf and Cub created by unknown artist, this excellent carving captures the protective mother shielding her cub with her left paw. Very nicely done, indeed. Note the way has been smoothly polished, given the impression of snow.

Ancient Walrus Tusk Ivory Cufflinks

Ancient Walrus Tusk Ivory Cufflinks

Handmade sterling silver cufflinks with ancient walrus tusk ivory by Jim Jenkins. Stunning color in these cufflinks. The ivory is from the center of the tusk, similar to the marrow in a bone. Color is the result of minerals that have been absorbed into the tusk for hundreds and hundreds of years. Not much of this color left today. These are obviously, a one of a kind.

Ancient Walrus Tusk Ivory Cufflinks

Ancient Walrus Tusk Ivory Cufflinks

Handmade sterling silver cufflinks with ancient walrus tusk ivory by Jim Jenkins. Stunning color in these cufflinks. The ivory is from the center of the tusk, similar to the marrow in a bone. Color is the result of minerals that have been absorbed into the tusk for hundreds and hundreds of years. Not much of this color left today. These are obviously, a one of a kind.

Ancient Walrus Tusk Ivory Cufflinks

Ancient Walrus Tusk Ivory Cufflinks

Handmade sterling silver cufflinks with ancient walrus tusk ivory by Jim Jenkins. Stunning color in these cufflinks. The ivory is from the center of the tusk, similar to the marrow in a bone. Color is the result of minerals that have been absorbed into the tusk for hundreds and hundreds of years. Not much of this color left today. These are obviously, a one of a kind.

Ancient Walrus Tusk Ivory Cufflinks

Ancient Walrus Tusk Ivory Cufflinks

Handmade sterling silver cufflinks with ancient walrus tusk ivory by Jim Jenkins. Stunning color in these cufflinks. The ivory is from the center of the tusk, similar to the marrow in a bone. Color is the result of minerals that have been absorbed into the tusk for hundreds and hundreds of years. Not much of this color left today. These are obviously, a one of a kind.

Ancient Walrus Tusk Ivory Cufflinks

Ancient Walrus Tusk Ivory Cufflinks

Handmade sterling silver cufflinks with ancient walrus tusk ivory by Jim Jenkins. Stunning color in these cufflinks. The ivory is from the center of the tusk, similar to the marrow in a bone. Color is the result of minerals that have been absorbed into the tusk for hundreds and hundreds of years. Not much of this color left today. These are obviously, a one of a kind.

Ancient Walrus Tusk Ivory Cufflinks

Ancient Walrus Tusk Ivory Cufflinks

Handmade sterling silver cufflinks with ancient walrus tusk ivory by Jim Jenkins. Stunning color in these cufflinks. The ivory is from the center of the tusk, similar to the marrow in a bone. Color is the result of minerals that have been absorbed into the tusk for hundreds and hundreds of years. Not much of this color left today. These are obviously, a one of a kind.

Walrus Catching Some Rays

Ray Peters Scrimshaw - Walrus Catching Some Rays

“Walrus Catching Some Rays” black and white scrimshaw on ancient walrus tusk ivory artifact by Ray  Peters. Enjoying some sunshine, this guy looks happy and contented. Interesting piece of walrus ivory with both ends showing scorning marks. It was used as some sort of tool hundreds of years ago.

Wise Old Walrus

Ray Peters Scrimshaw - Wise Old Walrus

“Wise Old Walrus” black and white scrimshaw on ancient mammoth tusk ivory bark by Ray Peters. Beachmaster walrus has a “been there, done that” look as he surveys his domain, especially his female harem. Really like the way Peters used the natural whites at the bottom to create a rocky effect. Not the usual subject matter for Peters, but he flat nailed it. The outer bark of the ivory creates a natural frame for the piece.