We make Inukshuks from Cornish granite. Inukshuks are stone figures, orginally erected by the Inuit Indian Tribes in Northern Canada and Greenland. They make interesting garden statues and we make ours from Cornish Granite
The word Inukshuk comes from the original Inuit word "Inuksuk" meaning "something which acts for or performs the function of a person". The plural Inuit word is "Inuksuit"
For more information about Inukshuks visit the Wikipedia page for Inuksuk
Here are some images of the first Inukshuk we built: