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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.

Alaska | Snow glasses.  Shamanic.  Old Bering Sea Culture | Carved Walrus Ivory | c. 100 - 600 AD

Old Bering Sea Culture - Carved Walrus Ivory - 100 - 600 AD

Eskimo Carved Ivory Tusk, Nunivak Island, with a row of flounder at the base and carved overall with fish and animal life

Eskimo Carved Ivory Tusk, Nunivak Island, with a row of flounder at the base and carved overall with fish and animal life, incised detail with red and black pigment, lg.

Eskimo Women’s Knife (Ulu);  Walrus Ivory Handle, Steel Blade ca. 1890

Eskimo Women’s Knife (Ulu) - Walrus Ivory Handle, Steel Blade - 1890

Traditional inuit snow goggles or sunglasses made from Musk Oxen horn with ties of sealskin. To prevent snow blindness. Greenland: Historic Arctic Prints, art and artifacts: Arctic & Antarctic photographs, pictures & images from Bryan & Cherry Alexander Photography.

Traditional inuit snow goggles or sunglasses made from Musk Oxen horn with ties of sealskin. To prevent snow blindness. Greenland: Historic Arctic Prints, Art and Artifacts

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

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