Tuesday, May 12, 2009

"Woolly Mammoth Tusk" "Half of a meter deep in this river behind me in the Photo" "This tusk is perfect condition and of the best that can be expected" Arctic Circle Region, William Sidmore

Saturday, May 9, 2009

"Woolly Mammoth Tusk" "Discovered in the Arctic region of Alaska, blue in color due to the presence of both iron oxide and phosphorus mineral deposited on it's surface, otherwise known as (vivianite), occasionally permeates deep within the ivory"

"Woolly Mammoth Tusk" "Following the spring thaw from the previous winter's snows, this tusk was washed out of the ice from a twenty thousand year burial, and found"
"Woolly Mammoth Tusk" "Discovered just below the surface in an Arctic river, the photo depicts the tusk on site" "This particular tusk was broken but of the highest quality carving grade"
"Woolly Mammoth Tusk" "This is how they are found" "Lying on the gravel in rivers of the Arctic region of Alaska, no digging, just drifting on the slow current...

"Woolly Mammoth Ivory" "My Latest designs for the Alaskan Interests, the "Harpoon" object is of the "Okvik" motif of the Bering Sea modified to be a pendant and the "Discovery" proudly found tooth amulet displayed by an Inuit "Eskimo" hunter...William Sidmore

Friday, May 1, 2009

This Blog Page is offering Business incentives for my studio Project endeavor of re-establishing Ancient Artifact Amulets and Designs from extinct cultures... Some examples are discovered from archaeological projects throughout the Alaskan Arctic and artifacts discovered in isolated random findings... All Amulets are in either antique finish or in the white, the promotion photo displays "Antique" finish, beginning with price range from $6.00 to $12.00 each depending on amount of detail, size and components used...Feel free to inquire and offerings of new design concepts are welcome...