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Inuit snow goggles carved from a single block of red cedar wood.  One of Christopher Oberg's ethnographic art reproductions.

They look like Batman's mask done in wood.Inuit snow goggles-made from red cedar wood. Alaskan natives created many forms of snow goggles.

Raven kilt pin in Scottish bog oak over 4000 years old. By Geoff King. Woodland Treasures

Celtic Raven Kilt Pin -- I pinned it for my friend who actually has a "pinning pins" board. :) >>> make the hilt of her sword be a raven? is ravens.

Inuit bone and carved walrus ivory:  clips and serrated objects.

∷ Variations on a Theme ∷ Collection of Inuit bone and carved walrus ivory clips and serrated objects

Alaskan native / Snow Goggles/5th to10th century

Indigenous Beauty: Masterworks of American Indian Art from the Diker Collection

Inupiat snow goggles

The Inupiat are an Inuit, Alaska Native people, whose traditional territory spans Norton Sound on the Bering Sea to the Canada–United States border

inuit snow goggles, Alaska INUIT  ART / ALASKAN NATIVE PEOPLES ' ART / NORTHWESTERN ART / NATIVE CANADIANS' ART : More At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

inuit snow goggles, Alaska INUIT ART / ALASKAN NATIVE PEOPLES ' ART / NORTHWESTERN ART / NATIVE CANADIANS' ART : More At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Haida Bird Mask from the 19th–20th century. Wood (cedar), paint, feathers, copper, whalebone, string, iron nails. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC

Bird Mask from century, British Columbia. (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC Haida culture, British Columbia)

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Used during the Discovery expedition, - © Scott Polar Research Institute

Eskimo-Inuit-Style-Snow-Goggles  INUIT  ART / ALASKAN NATIVE PEOPLES ' ART / NORTHWESTERN ART / NATIVE CANADIANS' ART : More At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Eskimo-Inuit-Style-Snow-Goggles INUIT ART / ALASKAN NATIVE PEOPLES ' ART / NORTHWESTERN ART / NATIVE CANADIANS' ART : More At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

INFINITY OF NATIONS / Celebrating the Northwest Coast - National Museum of the American Indian, Lower Manhattan NYC - 03/21/11, via Flickr.

Celebrating the Northwest Coast - National Museum of the American Indian, Lower Manhattan NYC

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