Knife, curved double edged metal cutting point bound onto carved wooden handle. Handle is carved to represent a sea-monster with the head of a killer-whale and body of a bear. The killer-whale face is characterized by its long snout and round eyes. Wood and metal tape perhaps made of bark or root.

Knife, late 19th century

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Gift of Mr. Harry E. Woodexpand_more  28.107

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Title
Knife
Role
Artist
Accession Number
28.107
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Knife, curved double edged metal cutting point bound onto carved wooden handle. Handle is carved to represent a sea-monster with the head of a killer-whale and body of a bear. The killer-whale face is characterized by its long snout and round eyes. Wood and metal tape perhaps made of bark or root.