Needle case, strap and belt hook. The needle case is a hollow ivory tube with eight split beads embedded in shallow drilled holes and cemented in place. One end of a hide strap passes through the needle case and is attached to a cap that seals that end of the needle case when it is drawn tight. The cap has a split blue bead embedded in it. The strap that passes through the case is doubled back on itself and knotted to form a small loop at the midpoint, and the other end is attached to one end of an ivory implement of a type that has variously been identified as a belt hook or a holder for skin thimbles. This is a flattened piece of ivory with a slit along the centreline extending half its length at the end opposite from where it is attached to the strap. Converging on this slit are two other, shorter, slits cut at slight angles to the central slit that terminate at holes drilled through the piece, probably to prevent them from splitting. Two other holes drilled closer to the end are probably decorative.
FROM CARD: "2 PIECES... WALRUS IVORY TUBE, THROUGH WHICH ARE RUN STRIPS OF FOLDED RAWHIDE IN WHICH NEEDLES ARE KEPT. THE TUBES ARE SET WITH BLUE BEADS."