- Inuit artist
- Toggle, 19th century
- Nome, Alaska, Arctic, United States
- L: 2 in, W: 5/8 in, D: 5/8 in (L: 5.1 cm, W: 1.6 cm, D: 1.6 cm)
- Gift Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Keezer in c/o Berthe K. Ladd, 1989
This is a small carved ivory toggle depicting a sea creature, possibly a seal, with one hole drilled through the bottom and another hole through the tip of the tail. The carving has two inlay eyes, possibly baleen, one of which is missing.