Carved Haida feast spoon or ladle. Used during major ceremonies as eating tool. Important ritual object in mountain-goat horn, steamed and bent with great skills and knowledge, then usually carved with the family crest. Nice patina, collected in 1971. Haida people, Northwest Coast, British Columbia, Canada.Weight: gr 22 Length: 6.7/8" (cm 17,50) Width: 2" (cm 5). Feel free to ask as many detailed questions as you wish. We will answer them in the best way we can and as soon as possible. We will find the best price for you. We collect and sell original, ethnic jewelry and art specializing in authentic pieces that were made and used by the people from the region. Prints or publishing rights are available. The item "Old carved Haida feast spoon ladle, Native art Northwest Coast Canada 1950's" is in sale since Thursday, February 02, 2017. This item is in the category "Antiques\Ethnographic\Native American". The seller is "pandrosa" and is located in West Coast. This item can be shipped worldwide.