5 Beautiful Canadian Soapstone Sculptures For Your Home

These beautiful Canadian soapstones are inspired by designs from over the past 7,500 years by First Nations, Inuit and Norse in Canada.

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For over millennia, soapstone has been a common medium used by artists from the Inuit and Mayan cultures to create beautiful sculptures. It doesn’t require harsh chemicals or large amounts of energy to process and artist are able to work it with hand tools vividly resulting in a wide variety of sculptures that capture the imagination. Checkout these First Nations and Inuit soapstone carvings.

Bear Bowl Sculpture

Sold by Biidaaban Gallery

CA$100.00
Port Perry, Ontario

This stunning bear bowl has been hand carved by Indigenous artist Todd Longboat. The bowl measures 10" x 4" x 3". Each bowl sculpture is one of a kind and completely unique.

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Soapstone Bird

Sold by ToxyFree®

$10.00
Saint Paul, Minnesota

It is easy to be toxin-free with natural decorations. We love our handmade soapstone decor for so many ToxyFree reasons: made only from nature, nothing added; beautiful and purposeful and fulfilling objects; handmade by partner artisans from Kenya helping to make generational changes for their children; the perfect gift:). Hand carved from one piece of soapstone with a machete then wet-sanded smooth. They retain their natural stone color and have many variations of color! Every piece is a one-of-a-kind creation! By purchasing pieces you are partnering with artisans in Kenya to create employment opportunities. Member of the Fair Trade Federation.

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Turtle Stone Bowl

Sold by Biidaaban Gallery

CA$85.00
Port Perry, Ontario

This stunning stone bowl has been hand carved by Indigenous artist Todd Longboat. The bowl measures 4" x 3". Each bowl is one of a kind and completely unique.

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Fossil Stone Bowl

Sold by Aesthete Label

£45.00

Beige fossil stone bowl. Approx dimensions W 12.5 | H 5.5 CM

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Dreamcatcher Stone Bowl

Sold by Biidaaban Gallery

CA$85.00
Port Perry, Ontario

This stunning stone bowl has been hand carved by Indigenous artist Todd Longboat. The bowl measures 4" x 3". Each bowl is one of a kind and completely unique.

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