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Cribbage board - scrimshaw of walrus tusk in faux ivory

Cribbage board - scrimshaw of walrus tusk in faux ivory

Cribbage board - faux ivory scrimshaw - Ship Beatrice

Cribbage board - faux ivory scrimshaw - Ship Beatrice

Cribbage board - Lummi Nation carver 'King LaClair'; Pacific Northwest Style; First Nations style

Cribbage board - Lummi Nation carver 'King LaClair'; Pacific Northwest Style; First Nations style

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I recently got this Cribbage Board for my collection of vintage game items- Eskimo imagery, pearlite, Canadian (I am wondering about the original pegs and what they were made of.)

I recently got this Cribbage Board for my collection of vintage game items- Eskimo imagery, pearlite, Canadian (I am wondering about the original pegs and what they were made of.)

Africa | Pair of ivory bracelets from the Yoruba people of Owo, Nigeria.  ca. 16th - 18th century

Africa | Pair of ivory bracelets from the Yoruba people of Owo, Nigeria. ca. 16th - 18th century

Collection of 26 Asian Ojime beads collected by George and Charles Mitchell (co-owners of Mitchell's Candy Store, Nashville) during the course of several trips to China and Japan in the late 19th-early 20th century. Mitchell estate. Sold at auction on May 21st, 2011 for $4,800.

Collection of 26 Asian Ojime beads collected by George and Charles Mitchell (co-owners of Mitchell's Candy Store, Nashville) during the course of several trips to China and Japan in the late 19th-early 20th century. Mitchell estate. Sold at auction on May 21st, 2011 for $4,800.

COUPE COUVERTE EN IVOIRE SCULPTE. A TURNED IVORY CUP AND COVER SOUTH GERMAN, LATE 16TH OR EARLY 17TH CENTURY The open spiralling finial surmounted by a flower and on a lid and body of turned lobed form, the elaborate stem of waved design, on a spreading polygonal foot. COLLECTION YVES SAINT LAURENT ET PIERRE BERGÉ,

COUPE COUVERTE EN IVOIRE SCULPTE. A TURNED IVORY CUP AND COVER SOUTH GERMAN, LATE 16TH OR EARLY 17TH CENTURY The open spiralling finial surmounted by a flower and on a lid and body of turned lobed form, the elaborate stem of waved design, on a spreading polygonal foot. COLLECTION YVES SAINT LAURENT ET PIERRE BERGÉ,

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