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'60s matanuska maid milk carton with original skater logo. i want to find one of these cartons to frame.

Five Nugget Ring Sterling Silver and Alaskan Natural by YukonRon

Nautical Charts of Alaska earrings by natureofart on Etsy

The Arts Council's Hi Mom! web cam is fun to watch - these folks were singing to the person on the phone and showing off the shoes she just bought from Shoefly

One of Beth Handley's cool hand beaded pins

Knives and Healing Salves

se-ak chic charms by Stacey Gullufsen

Homesteaders Cache Juneau, Ak Natural handmade soaps and solid lotion bars!

Keeping those ears warm! -Four Peas in a Pod Made in Alaska

Arctic Opal Necklace This beautiful bead Necklace is made of Arctic Opal composite stone, hand strung in Alaska with silver beads. Arctic Opal composite is a beautiful mixture of Azurite-Malachite, hand cut, shaped, and polished. Sure to make a beautiful gift for that someone special. Match this necklace with our Arctic Opal earrings for that special gift. Approximate Size: 6mm & 8mm beads Length 20 - 24 inch (45 - 68cm)

Alaskan Arctic Opal jewelry, opal jewelry of Alaska

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Nanai (round) and Oroch (square) birch baskets from the Khabarovsk region, Siberia. The round basket was made by Nanai artist A.K. Samar in 1991. Khabarovsk Regional Museum, Russia, #VX-312 and #490. 13.5 cm and 20 cm. Koniag bone spoon collected in 1935 by Ales Hrdlicka on Kodiak Island, Alaska, dated around A.D. 1400, and Tlingit engraved mountain goat horn spoon from the late 1800s. National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution

Made in Alaska...

Table Runner Rope Trivet Made in Alaska Gray by AlaskaRugCompany,

All Beaded Up by livininfrostytown First Saturday Market of the Year; it is a local farmers market of crafts, art, food, music and plants all home-grown or made in Alaska. Anchorage, Alaska - May 12, 2007