Appreciated for its power and exquisite beauty, Inuit art embodies the harsh artic environment, unique way of life and traditional beliefs. With a rich array of items including textiles and sculptures the objects carved from bone, ivory and wood included birds, bears and other land and sea animals, human figures, masks and maskettes, and face clusters. It is believed that these works had a definite magic or religious intent, and that they were worn as amulets or used in shamanic rituals.

Soapstone’ sculptures represent the rich cultural heritage of the Inuit, their traditions, beliefs and myths. With striking imagery, often representing human figures or animals, they are related directly to the Inuit’s physical and spiritual world as well as representing a way of life that has been passed down for generations.

Valuations of individual pieces or collections can be arranged, as well as with the view to purchase and consign.