Ojibwe Three Figure Totem, Native, Carving, Totem Pole 1' to 3', Canada, native, native: carving, native: carving: totem pole, native: carving: unknown, Unknown
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Ojibwe three figure totem

Item Number: KK0732


This three-figure model pole depicts a thunderbird over a bear holding a salmon. This pole would have been made in Ontario, Canada, by an Ojibwe artist for sale to tourists. Although totem poles were not historically made by Indigenous peoples outside of the northern Northwest Coast, by the early 20th century, totem poles had become synonymous with “Indian-ness” and many Native peoples across North America started making model poles to sell to tourists and accommodate that expectation. This is a particularly nice example and is visually closer to Northwest Coast poles than most poles from the Great Lakes region. 13"H x 9"W

PERIOD: Mid 20th Century

ORIGIN: Unknown, Canada

SIZE: 13"H x 9"W


PRICE $500

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