- Museum number
Ladle, constructed with a handle of mountain goat horn, and bowl of big horn sheep horn. The handle, well carved in standard Haida style, is worn and shows signs of extensive usage. The finial is in the form of a long beaked bird with something in the beak, followed by a hawk, with a frog on the chest, over a human squatting upside down between the ears of a bear - the eyes of which are inlaid with California haliotis. The two sections are crudely rivetted together with iron rivets.
- Production date
Height: 6 centimetres
Length: 34 centimetres
Width: 7.50 centimetres (of bowl)
- Curator's comments
- Additional description etc. by JCK,8/6/1995
North West Coast (Haida)
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
2014 1 Nov-2015 22 Feb, London, Dulwich Picture Gallery, "From the Forest to the Sea: Emily Carr in British Columbia"
- Acquisition date
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
- Registration number