Alaskan Grizzly Bear

Geoff Olson Scrimshaw - Alaskan Grizzly Bear

“Alaskan Grizzly Bear” black and white scrimshaw on ancient walrus tusk ivory by Geoff Olson. Hungry grizzly stands up to get a better view. Scary sight, indeed. We know it is an Alaskan grizzly because it was done by an Alaskan scrimshander. From the collection of one of our clients who is no longer with us. Big chunk of fossil walrus.

Moose vs. Wolves

Dennis Sims Scrimshaw - Moose vs. Wolves

“Moose vs. Wolves” color scrimshaw on ancient walrus tusk ivory by Dennis Sims. Scrimshander makes his own stands and often uses walrus ivory. Makes for a nice touch. From the collection of one of our clients who is no longer with us. Nice work at a great 20 year old price.

Great Horned Owl Alone

Chas. Conner Scrimshaw - Great Horned Owl Alone

“Great Horned Owl Alone” Black and white scrimshaw on ancient walrus tusk ivory slab by Charles W. Conner. Scrimshander does great bird portraits. The great horned owl, also known as the tiger owl, or the hoot owl, is a large owl native to the Americas. It is an extremely adaptable bird with a vast range and is the most widely distributed true owl in the Americas. From the collection of one of our clients who is no longer with us.

Mule Deer

Charles Conner Scrimshaw - Mule Deer

“Mule Deer” black and white scrimshaw on ancient walrus tusk ivory crosscut by Charles W. Conner. The center of the tusk is difficult to work. Not smooth. Many refuse to work it because of the difficulty. Not Conner. Nice detail here. From the collection of one of our clients who is no longer with us. Excellent opportunity to add a Conner at 20 year old prices.

Brown Bear Duo

Dennis Sims Scrimshaw - Brown Bear Duo

“Brown Bear Duo” color scrimshaw on ancient walrus tusk ivory by Dennis Sims.  Alaskan scrimshander, Sims, creates his own bases, always interesting. This one was part of a native sled runner hundreds of years ago. Nice work here at a bargain price. From the collection of one of our clients who is no longer with us.

American Kestrel

David Smith Scrimshaw - American Kestrel

“American Kestrel ” black and white scrimshaw on ancient walrus tusk ivory artifact by David Smith. Note the composition by Smith on this one. The proud kestrel is framed within the brighter white of the artifact, creating a framing effect. Ivory was used as a digging tool or spear point hundreds of years ago in the Northern Bering Sea area. From the collection of one of our clients who is no longer with us.

Emperor Penguin and Chick

Charles W. Conner Scrimshaw - Emperor Penguin and Chick

“Emperor Penguin and Chick” color scrimshaw on ancient walrus tusk ivory by Charles Conner. After a long incubation, a chick finally pops out. Scrimshander Conner has done an excellent job on this one. Tasteful stand tops it off. From the collection of one of our clients who is no longer with us.

Fierce Golden Eagle

David Smith Scrimshaw - Fierce Golden Eagle

“Fierce Golden Eagle” black and white scrimshaw on ancient walrus tusk ivory by David Smith. The golden eagle is a bird of prey living in the Northern Hemisphere. It is the most widely distributed species of eagle. Like all eagles, it belongs to the family Accipitridae. They are one of the best-known birds of prey in the Northern Hemisphere. Excellent work by Smith, mounted on a handsome stand. From the collection of one of our clients who is no longer with us.

Schooner and Clipper

Charles Conner Scrimshaw - Schooner and Clipper

“Schooner and Clipper” black and white scrimshaw on ancient walrus tusk ivory by Salman Rashidi. Scrimshander has used the dark tones for shore area. Nice touch. Ivory may have been used as a tool or artifact hundreds of years ago in the Northern Bering Sea area. From the collection of one of our clients who is no longer with us. Ditto Rashidi.

All Sails Full Full

David Smith Scrimshaw - All Sails Full Full

“All Sails Full Full” black and white scrimshaw on ancient walrus tusk ivory by David Smith. The sails are so overwhelming they almost dwarf the ship. Excellent work by Smith on this piece. From the collection of one of our clients who is no longer with us.