Fine Large Old Northwest Coast Kwakiutl Indian Cedar Totem Pole For Sale


A fine rare large old Northwest Coast Kwakiutl Cowichan Indian hand carved cedar totem pole circa 1940. The totem depicts great expressive detailed imagery featuring a Eagle with a killer whale crest painted on his wings, with a seal rising up underneath and a bear at the base. The unusual emerging seal on this totem pole is just fabulous and makes the totem quite special. painted in great old and original pigments of green, black, red and yellow. The totem stands an impressive 20" tall with a base measuring 6 1/2" x 5 1/2" square. The totem is inscribed to theback " Willie George Koksilah VI " . The Koksilah tribe originates from the Cowichan valley on Vancouver Island and the George family is an important family from the area. You can see the Kwakiutl Alert Bay influence that influenced the styles of the carvers of Vancouver Island. The totem displays very well and will make a great display item and a fine addition to anyone's collection. Please add $18 for careful shipping and insurance (USA and Canada). , so have fun offerding! Good Luck and Happy offerding. We'll be happy to combine shipping if feasible.Please check out other current offerings including a great Tlingit, Haida, Tsimshianand Kwakiutl totem poles, many historic baskets de-accessioned from museum collections including Salish, Haida , Tsimshian ,Cowlitz and Tlingit examples. Alsosome great early Inuit carvings. Please email us for more specifics and links to our website. Please note we are usually only able to ship items out one day a week mostly Thursdays and Fridays.




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