Inuksuk - Wooden Wall Decor
Historically inuksuk have been used to navigate travel routes for fishing and good hunting grounds. The people of the Artic initially used stone, building some so large as to suggest a communal effort. At Inukshuk Point (Enukso Point) on Baffin Island in Canada’s Northern Territory, Nunavut, more than 100 inukshuk stand. In 1969, this location was designated a National Historic Site of Canada. We pay homage to them and their culture though this hand-crafted, hand-cut wooden depiction of the inukshuk.
On high quality birch, hand cut from walnut, with a walnut frame and saw-tooth hanger on back.
Size is approximately 22.8cm x 25.4cm (9" x 10")
Vendor - Sticks and Boards
Ready for pickup/shipping in roughly 1-3 business days