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Here lies more than 4,000 square feet of unique Alaskan souvenirs and gifts. This shop touts "the lowest prices, widest selection and friendliest service in town," and invites you to put this motto to the test. If you are hunting for T-shirts, salmon and halibut products to take home with you, or videos of the many aspects and locations of Alaska, this is your place. When was the last time you heard a player piano? This shop has a ragtime playing player piano that you can tap your toes along to as you shop.
Carrying the largest selection of natural gold nuggets in Alaska, watch as Alaska Mint's artisans construct designs of gold including fishermen at salmon streams, eagles, and more on to pendants, watches, coins and earrings. With the largest gold sales in Alaska, this store has the spirit of the gold rush within its walls. Whether you design your own or purchase pre-made, the wealth of options in jewelry is amazing here. One particularly beautiful item is the delicate snowflake earring set this establishment is known for; they make a great gift.
Carrying a wealth of Native Alaskan artwork, this store combines the feel of a gallery with a multi-faceted gift shop. Filled with jewelry designed by the Tlingit and Haida tribes, the store features bracelets and rings offered in gold and sterling silver. There are earrings and pendants available also, along with whalebone and ivory carvings. Both soapstone and wood masks are available with a variety of motifs and creators along with small totems, dolls, bowls, plates and glassware. Shipping and online ordering is available.
This factory is home to the unique and ancient knife developed by the Alaskan Eskimos. The knife is shaped with a semi-circular blade attached to a handle, like a horseshoe with the open end sealed with a straight edge as a grip. The handle, formerly made with antlers, whale or walrus bone, is now offered in many different types of wood. This factory also sells bowls and cutting boards to match its knives. Each of the products has a lifetime guarantee.
Filled with a variety of authentic Native arts and crafts, this shop also happens to be Alaska's largest fur pelt dealer. See the museum quality collector's items like ivory carvings, whalebone jewelry and scrimshaw artwork. Other gift ideas include horn carvings, soapstone, Alaskan jade jewelry, masks made of fox, caribou and muskrat, hats, slippers and the traditional Eskimo footwear, the sealskin mukluk. The exchange also produces some of the fur pelts as coats in otter, wolverine and fox, and carry hats made of wolf, lynx and coyote.