A rare fine old Northwest Coast Haida or Tlingit Indian 19th Century hand carved ceremonial mountain goat horn feast spoon. Carved from two pieces of horn and carved with incised crest designs.
The spoon measures 8" long x 2 1/3" across the bowl. This type of spoon was used ethnographically in ceremonial feasts to spoon fish and seal oils. Often passed down from generation to generation they were prized family possessions. The spoon makes a great display item and a fine addition to anyone's collection.Please check out other current offerings including a great Tlingit, Haida, Tsimshian and Kwakiutl totem poles, many historic baskets d e- accessioned from museum collections including Salish, Haida , Tsimshian , Cowlitz and Tlingit examples. Also some great early Inuit carvings. More than just a pretty picture. FREE scheduling, supersized images and templates.
Over 100,000,000 served. Get FREE counters from Vendio today! The item "FINE OLD NORTHWEST COAST HAIDA OR TLINGIT MOUNTAIN GOAT HORN FIGURAL FEAST SPOON" is in sale since Friday, December 18, 2015. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Canada\ Aboriginal".The seller is "richmojoe" and is located in Northwest Coast. This item can be shipped worldwide.