It is finally here! Christmas Day! We hope you have enjoyed our Twelve Blogs of Christmas as a warm up to the big day!
From everyone here at the museums service we wish you a merry Christmas and we hope you have a fun filled and joyful day! Here is a lovely festive object, from our collection, for the most festive of days!
An Inuit carving of a caribou, a North American name for a reindeer. This carving was made from ivory and dates to around 1920. Figurines of game animals were made as part of the ritual life of Inuit hunters.
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