This very small Inuit kayak is formed of sinew sewn leather, and is only 6 ¼ inches long and just 1 inch wide amidships. The craft is complete with a model kayaker seated in the cockpit, wielding a double-bladed wooden paddle (held captive by metal hooks). The figure is clothed in a seal skin parka with soft knap, which presents a small carved face with eyes and nose peering from the pointed hood. This is a “cute” and endearing kayak that would be great to display in company with a larger one. Fine.