A HAIDA MOUNTAIN GOAT HORN SPOON
with sharply curved oval bowl affixed with two metal rivets to the sharply curved and tapering handle, a large standing bear at the base, with a whale fluke in its wide dentated mouth, surmounted by an unidentified creature with long protruding tongue, a wolf at top, the reverse with red painted inscription, 05.297, and black ink inscription, 742
Length: 10 in. (25.3 cm.)
Ex-collection: The Brooklyn Museum
Collected from the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, by noted anthropologist, Dr. Charles Frederick Newcombe, for the Brooklyn Museum in 1912.