Hand carved Bone, Jade, Wood & Pearl shell pendants, carvings, gifts & art
Featured Artists - Bone:
These artists create works of art with incredible fine detail and exquisite craftsmanship in hand carved bone. These truly are artworks in miniature and have to be seen to be believed.
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Traditional and contemporary designs blending Pacific cultures in a variety of unique materials
These carvings are also a mix of very traditional and contemporary styles by various guest artists.
Steve is a very well known and highly talented Tongan carver who is a master in finely detailed and lifelike sculptures in bone, deer antler and wood.
Len & Candy are masters of their craft specializing in intricate carvings from deer antler with very strong traditional style and amazing detail.
Lilach does some incredibly detailed work that has to be see to be believed.
Kerry is a true master of his craft.
These exquisite one off pieces by Rolfe & Jackie from the deep south are inspired by Celtic and Maori art. They feature stunning detail and natural stains made from local wild plants.
Very traditional designs with amazing sculptural forms by the master Hepi Maxwell
Yuri is a true master of his craft.
Alex is an incredible artist who works in a huge variety of materials as well as in both very traditional and contemporary styles.
Traditional and authentic Scrimshaw on fossil walrus and Mammoth by Sue Daumiller
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