White Stone Mask by Tuk Nuna
Masks have been used for centuries by First Nations people to represent gods, spirits, animals and people, creating a long tradition of mask making.
This carving captures the power of ritual masks in an unusually white piece of carved soapstone, making for an impressive display piece of true indigenous art.
Hand carved of soapstone by First Nation artist Tuk Nuna, this piece comes with a seal showing that it was purchased directly from an official artist's cooperative for First Nation artwork and is verified for authenticity.
Measures: 6" long by 2" at base and 4"at top and approximately 1" thick. Weighs 1.2 lbs.
Handmade by Tuk Nuna of Nunaviut Territory, Canada.