Native America

2 masks from Kings Island

Q: Here are two nice examples of older King Island work. Jim, 1733

A: These two Inuit masks are so good I had to show them to you now. Hopefully, Jim will soon comment on their physical characteristics… and the usual who, what, when, where and how much. A, Bob

One Comment

  • Chris

    In case these two masks really come from King Island, Alaska, they could be quite important ethnographic objects of this ex-micro-society on that abandoned island…..what proof do we have at hand that these two masks were carved indeed on that island, in the now abandoned village of Ukivok?

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