Tlingit “Good Luck” Totem by C. Dalton, Native, Carving, Totem Pole <12
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Tlingit “good luck” totem by c. dalton

Item Number: V201


This pole depicts the “Good Luck” or “Boy Who Fed the Eagles” totem pole motif that was usually made by Tsimshian artists from New Metlakatla, Alaska. It’s highly unusual for a Tlingit artist to depict this imagery. Although it’s unclear exactly who C. Dalton was, Dalton is a very common Tlingit surname and would be easy enough to identify with a bit of research. Excellently carved and executed in clear yellow cedar. Signed C. Dalton. Unpainted. 12 1/2"

PERIOD: Mid 20th Century

ORIGIN: Northwest - Tlingit, Native American

SIZE: 12 1/2"


PRICE $750

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