- Yup'ik artist
- Drill socket, 19th century
- Wood, stone
- Cape Vancouver, Alaska, United States
- L: 4 7/8 in, W: 1 3/8 in, D: 1 1/4 in (L: 12.4 cm, W: 3.5 cm, D: 3.2 cm)
- Gift of Israel Albert Lee, 1910
This drill socket is made with a piece of wood, carved in the shape of a seal with a triangular opening at one end, and both a vertical and horizontal notch at the other. An oval white stone with a round polished cavity in the middle is set in the bottom to hold down the top of the drill.