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Miniature Ivory Snow Goggles by Glenda McKay, Athabascan (Alaskan)
Glenda McKay is an Athabascan artist from Alaska who learned wilderness survival skills, plus sewing and beading from her grandmothers and aunts. She puts all those skills to work in her extremely detailed dolls and carvings. These snow goggles are an example of an accessory that the artist makes for her dolls. They are carved from fossil walrus tusk and have sinew straps.
7/16" x 1/8"