Goose carved from ossified bone/baleen
3.75" x 4"
Eskimo Aningyou goose carving
Eskimo Aningyou goose carving

Chris Aningayou and his uncle, Alvin Aningayou, are Alaskan coastal natives descended from the Yupik people of Siberia. The family hunts for food and material to carve, which they sell for subsistence.

The fossil bone from St. Lawrence Island, their ancestral home, is carved into compelling objects reflecting the native lifestyle.

Acquired in 2004


If you are interested in making an offer to purchase this treasure, telephone us at
800-305-0185, or email us at Sanibelart@gmail.com, so we can discuss mutually agreed upon arrangements based on your offer and where the item must be shipped. We will then send you a Paypal invoice based on our agreed price.

*Note: While perfectly acceptable for shipping within the US, accordiing to international treaty, items that include marine mammal parts, even ossified remains and fossils, may not be shipped outside the United States without getting a special US government permit.


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