1970s Eija Seras sculpted terra cotta clay Inuit figures chess set -- complete

This rare Inuit-themed chess set is from Finnish-born Canadian artist Eija Seras. Seras produced a range of Inuit figurines, hand sculpted from terra cotta clay, in the late 1960s through the 1970s based on her four years living at the U.S. Air Force base in Goose Bay, Labrador in the mid 1960s.
There are 16 orange clay and 16 gray clay figures, the largest of which -- the Kings, a male figure with a fish, is 3 1/2 inches tall. The Queen is a woman with a baby, the Bishop, an owl, the Knight, a dog, the Rook, an igloo, and the pawns are small child figures.
Signed Eija, Canada.
According to the old information sheet that came with the set, an Eija Seras chess set was exhibited during an official Canada Week exhibition in Tokyo, Japan, in 1969, and the artist was awarded the Canadian Design of Merit citation in 1974 by the National Design Council of Canada for her native figures.
1974 is the last date on the flyer.