Bering Sea Eskimo Inuit Hand Club Formed from the Penis Bone of an Artic Walrus

A Bering Sea Eskimo Inuit Hand Club Formed from the Penis Bone of an Artic Walrus
Early 19th Century
SIZE: 59.5cm long – 23½ ins long
Necessary for procreating in the freezing cold of the Arctic seas, walrus penis bones form a naturally weighted club that is used by the Inuit hunter like a braining stone. For the Inuit the club is made of a spiritually compatible material that will appease and placate his quarry.

Bering Sea Eskimo Inuit Hand Club Formed from the Penis Bone of an Artic Walrus

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