This distinctive downtown gallery and giftshop features Labrador carvers and local artists. From walrus ivory earrings to whalebone sculptures to baleen hairpieces; Wild Things provides a wide selection of local arts and crafts including creative and artistic gift items found no where else on Earth.
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Ivory & Soapstone from Labrador; Inuit Art; Metis carvings by artist, Albert Biles; Linda Snow artwork - limited editions and originals; Labrador crafts, our own unique baleen items that were high fashion in the 16th Century; local berry jams and syrups, distinctive Labradorite jewellery and pieces; and an ecclectic collection of toys, gifts and souvenirs.
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