The ivory spear point was used for hunting and fishing, as well as for self-defense and warfare. The sharp point was capable of penetrating tough hides and armor, making it an effective weapon against large animals and enemies.The ivory used for the spear point was often obtained through hunting walruses, which were a vital source of food, clothing, and raw materials for the Inuit people. The walrus tusk was carefully carved and shaped into the desired form, with the ivory being polished to a smooth and shiny finish.
Weight: 0.2 oz
Size: 5.5 inches long