Fossil Walrus Ivory Bolo

Jenkins Crafted - Fossil Walrus Ivory Bolo

“Fossil Walrus Ivory Bolo” handmade by master silversmith Jenkins using ancient walrus ivory tusk cross section. Marvelous color in the ivory is the result of minerals that have been absorbed into the tusk over hundreds of years. Sterling silver, of course. Tips hand carved from ancient mammoth tusk ivory. Braided leather 22″ long, including hand carved tips. Excellent for both men and women.

Mr. and Mrs. Walrus

Unknown Carver - Mr. and Mrs. Walrus

“Mr. and Mrs. Walrus” highly detailed carving on ancient walrus tusk ivory by talented unknown carver. Walrus pair depicted with stoic looks. Nothing seems to bother them. Excellent detail by carver on this one. Great work at a bargain price.

Fossil Walrus Tusk Raw Ivory

Fossil Walrus Tusk Raw Ivory - Scrimshaw Collector

ALL SALES OF RAW IVORY ARE FINAL.
NO EXCHANGES OR RETURNS.

Ancient walrus tusk raw ivory approximately 500 – 1500 years old. Excavated from ancient hunting camps in the Northern Bering Sea area, this ivory has beautiful color (the result of minerals that have been absorbed into the ivory over hundreds and hundreds of years). Many pieces were used as tools and bear the marks of ancient man. Not a great deal of this rare ivory available today. Can be used for scrimshaw, carving, jewelry, knife handles, etc.

Fossil Walrus Tusk Raw Ivory

Fossil Walrus Tusk Raw Ivory - Scrimshaw Collector

ALL SALES OF RAW IVORY ARE FINAL.
NO EXCHANGES OR RETURNS.

Ancient walrus tusk raw ivory approximately 500 – 1500 years old. Excavated from ancient hunting camps in the Northern Bering Sea area, this ivory has beautiful color (the result of minerals that have been absorbed into the ivory over hundreds and hundreds of years). Many pieces were used as tools and bear the marks of ancient man. Not a great deal of this rare ivory available today. Can be used for scrimshaw, carving, jewelry, knife handles, etc.

Fossil Walrus Tusk Raw Ivory

Fossil Walrus Tusk Raw Ivory - Scrimshaw Collector

ALL SALES OF RAW IVORY ARE FINAL.
NO EXCHANGES OR RETURNS.

Ancient walrus tusk raw ivory approximately 500 – 1500 years old. Excavated from ancient hunting camps in the Northern Bering Sea area, this ivory has beautiful color (the result of minerals that have been absorbed into the ivory over hundreds and hundreds of years). Many pieces were used as tools and bear the marks of ancient man. Not a great deal of this rare ivory available today. Can be used for scrimshaw, carving, jewelry, knife handles, etc.

Fossil Walrus Tusk Raw Ivory

Fossil Walrus Tusk Raw Ivory - Scrimshaw Collector

ALL SALES OF RAW IVORY ARE FINAL.
NO EXCHANGES OR RETURNS.

Ancient walrus tusk raw ivory approximately 500 – 1500 years old. Excavated from ancient hunting camps in the Northern Bering Sea area, this ivory has beautiful color (the result of minerals that have been absorbed into the ivory over hundreds and hundreds of years). Many pieces were used as tools and bear the marks of ancient man. Not a great deal of this rare ivory available today. Can be used for scrimshaw, carving, jewelry, knife handles, etc.

Fossil Walrus Tusk Raw Ivory

Fossil Walrus Tusk Raw Ivory - Scrimshaw Collector

ALL SALES OF RAW IVORY ARE FINAL.
NO EXCHANGES OR RETURNS.

Ancient walrus tusk raw ivory approximately 500 – 1500 years old. Excavated from ancient hunting camps in the Northern Bering Sea area, this ivory has beautiful color (the result of minerals that have been absorbed into the ivory over hundreds and hundreds of years). Many pieces were used as tools and bear the marks of ancient man. Not a great deal of this rare ivory available today. Can be used for scrimshaw, carving, jewelry, knife handles, etc.

Fossil Walrus Tusk Raw Ivory

Fossil Walrus Tusk Raw Ivory - Scrimshaw Collector

ALL SALES OF RAW IVORY ARE FINAL.
NO EXCHANGES OR RETURNS.

Ancient walrus tusk raw ivory approximately 500 – 1500 years old. Excavated from ancient hunting camps in the Northern Bering Sea area, this ivory has beautiful color (the result of minerals that have been absorbed into the ivory over hundreds and hundreds of years). Many pieces were used as tools and bear the marks of ancient man. Not a great deal of this rare ivory available today. Can be used for scrimshaw, carving, jewelry, knife handles, etc.

Fossil Walrus Cribbage Board

Unknown Artist - Fossil Walrus Cribbage Board

“Fossil Walrus Cribbage Board” black and white scrimshaw on ancient walrus tusk ivory by unknown artist. Cribbage board from Alaska with traditional motifs: salmon, walrus and seals. In excellent condition. Seals are done on back side of tusk. No pegs with this one. From the collection of one of our clients who is no longer with us. Have to assume he purchased it in Alaska. Scrimshaw done in traditional native style.

Large Skull From Walrus Jawbone

“Large Skull From Walrus Jawbone” excellent carving from a solid piece of ancient walrus jawbone created by unknown artist. This is how a skull should be carved. Everything works with this carving An excellent addition to any collection.

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This is ancient walrus tusk jawbone found in the Northern Bering Sea area. The material is 500-1500 years old and is occasionally found in ancient Eskimo camp and hunting sites. The marvelous colors are the result of minerals that have been absorbed into the jawbone over hundreds and hundreds of years. Obviously this material cannot be replenished, making it quite collectible and valuable.