Haida argillite model totem pole, with many characteristics of a house post, Skidegate school, skillfully carved in the style of Charles Edenshaw (1839-1920), possibly by the hand of John Robson (Charles Edenshaw’s step father), circa 1900.  Containing the forms from top to bottom of the eagle, bear peeking out of a cave or moon and a bear eating a salmon. Has some old repairs.
Size: 10 ½ in

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