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"Copper Woman" by Alaska Native artist Clarissa Hudson      

Copyright 2003
Sealaska Heritage Institute
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Dolls

   
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"Auna With Her Future""
Handmade doll featuring mother and child. Carved cottonwood face. Parka is mink, rabbit, calfskin and leather. Mukluks (shoes) are caribou and calfskin. Pants are calfskin. Bucket is caribou skin. 12 inches. By Kathleen Westlake. $800.00  (#1102)

"Welcome Woman"
Handmade doll with carved cottonwood face. Parka is rabbit fur. Mittens and pants are leather. Mukluks (shoes) are seal. 12 inches. By Kathleen Westlake. $800.00  (#1103)
"Happy Dancer"
Handmade doll with clay face.Parka is rabbit, leather, fox, wolf and badger. Mukluks (shoes) are leather and caribou skin. 12 inches. By Kathleen Westlake. $600.00  (#1104)
"Qungnaruk"
Handmade doll with carved cottonwood face and hands. Parka is mink and seal. Trim is muskrat with deerskin. Mukluks (shoes) are seal and caribou skin. Name is pronounced "koon-nug-nar-rak." 12 inches. By Kathleen Westlake. $800.00  (#1105)
"Chilkat Doll"
Doll dressed in Tlingit Chilkat regalia. Chilkat weaving is a treasured and endangered art practice. Chilkat blankets and headdresses are worn in traditional and secular ceremonies, and pieces woven in the traditional Chilkat way take many months and sometimes years to complete. This doll-size regalia took 150 hours to complete. Includes blanket, tunic, headband, moccasins and leggings. 14 x 8 inches. By George Carteeti. $500.00 (#1349)