This ivory comb is a maple and dark brown in patches with a few white flecks. It has a caribou standing on the top which is missing its antlers; its head is bowed and shoulder blades characteristically prominent.
This walrus ivory handle is an impressively luminous pale orange. It consists of two conjoined animal heads with long snouts and dark inlaid, brown, wooden pegs for eyes. The mouths are defined by engraved lines with four tiny vertical lines at the corners.
This dark and pale brown seal has a mottled surface with matt, as well as glossy areas. There are rectangular sections, with holes at their centers, either side of the body which has been cut out, perhaps in order to fit a larger piece.
This fish-shaped hook has deep, cylindrical cavities for eyes, a single, engraved line across the nose and gill definition with some additional detailing around the head. From the top of the head protrudes a long spike, thinner at the top end.
This tall, dark brown figure is elegant despite the damage it has endured. Any facial features on the ovoid head have now been obscured by this damage. The arms are bent at the elbow and the hands, with fingers damaged, grasp the lower chest.
This tall figure has significant surface damage; the light brown surface is paler where worn and darker in recesses. It has an oval head with facial features barely discernable due to wear. There is a line around the face making it look like a mask. A necklace is engraved around the neck.