Carved stump of redwood with burl

Boat, model with 3 paddles.

(DC 6-93) Paddles numbered A, B, D; model canoe numbered C.

"Yurok. Very nice. Made of redwood. Narrow paddles = up river; wider paddle = down river...

late 19th or early 20th c.

Drum. Description: Chinese, (redwood?) carved from one piece- inside flutted, pig-skin head attached by multi-faceted nails in a double row, head flutted at bottom and perforated for border,...

19th-20th century

shop sign; Description: large Chinese sign, black w/gold characters - obtained in California and probably used here, 19th-20th c. redwood plank - donor thinks legend translates "Company of great...

Jan. 29, 1912

The snap from the Pneumatic Riverting Hammer--of metal. Enclosed in a redwood burl box 7 in. x 3 1/2 in. x 3 in. Has a silver plate on top-engraved--the snap etc. Used by F. K. M. in driving the...

c. 1930

Boxes of dried fruit were given to Pat's mother. After being emptied they became storage catchalls for a variety of household necessities.


This is a carved bowl made from a redwood lace burl. The overall shape is oblong with scalloped sides and a natural jagged lip.


This is a turned redwood root. The overall shape is an abstract triangle with upturned points and a spherical bowl in the center.


Round base with long redwood plank-shape running through the middle which is kinetic. This shape is surrounded by triangular shapes near the base


Redwood and lead sculpture of eight semi-abstract elephants. The composition has a rectangular wooden base with seven lead elephants positioned around the outer perimeter and one at center. A...

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