Origin: Plains Indian
Date: Likely mid 19th century
Media: Elk antler
Dimensions: 14″ x 4.5″
Description: This large scrapper has an amazing patina to it. It is very smooth and shiny from use. It is heavy and commands a strong presence. These scrappers were made by and used by the women in the tribe to process the buffalo and elk hides. There are twelve tally marks which I imagine is related to the hide count.
Condition: Condition is excellent with aged wear expected.