Spoon evidently copied from white mans spoons, with carved handle in shape of man squatting with knees up and hands on knees; above his head a head of an animal with many sharp teeth, large eyes forward turned ears and nose in straight line with forehead. Rounded nose may possibly indicate a killer-whale

Spoon, 19th century

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Title
Spoon
Role
Artist
Accession Number
28.102
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Spoon evidently copied from white mans spoons, with carved handle in shape of man squatting with knees up and hands on knees; above his head a head of an animal with many sharp teeth, large eyes forward turned ears and nose in straight line with forehead. Rounded nose may possibly indicate a killer-whale