scrimshander

scrim·shand·er

 (skrĭm′shăn′dər)
n.
One who carves scrimshaw.

[Origin unknown.]

scrimshander

(ˈskrɪmˌʃændə)
n
(Other Non-sporting Hobbies) another name for scrimshaw
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That may have been done because at the time no one knew what a scrimshander was.
Harrison's aunt Sel ("the best aunts are coconspirators") arrives to take charge, but it is the local gang, including Lub, the sea-creature boy, who heads team Aquaman, which heroically sets out to solve the mysteries of the Elders, the ancient one called Scrimshander and the supernatural power he holds over the town, and the fate of Harrison's mom.
Instead, to mark the Berlyns' move into the home, island scrimshander Michael Vienneau shaped a small piece of ivory into a whale and engraved the date, July 5, 2006.
In the Bering Strait region ANAC encouraged the use of old ivory as a raw material due to its color and availability, but the villagers already had a well-developed market for as much of the old ivory as they could gather (to markets as diverse as scrimshanders in Hawaii).
At the larger gatherings there will usually be blacksmiths, weavers, soap-makers, scrimshanders, old-timey food merchants, potters, clothing suppliers, carvers, woodworkers, honey and beeswax merchants, knife makers, gunsmiths, hunters, trappers, suppliers of natural furs and fabrics, knitters, yarn merchants, leather workers and others that I am sure I have neglected.