Ethnic souvenirs always capture the essence of culture of the exact country or the people. Depending on a geographical location, climatic conditions and historical heritage the materials, style and a technique of execution are unique. So Eskimos generally used canines of a walrus, and indigenous Americans often decorated the clothes and headdresses with feathers of an eagle. All ethnosouvenirs are directly connected with beliefs and ceremonies of the people who livу in some territory and also with the totemic animals living in these regions. Altaians are distinguished by application of skin, derivatives of animals (canines, claws, skins), valuable fur and various types of wood, generally a cedar and a larch. Style of execution reflects system of beliefs - Shamanism, and also their way of life based on cultivation of the cattle and hunting. For production claws, canines and skins of a bear, a wolf, a musk deer, skin and horns of a maral and an moose, fur of a sable, a squirrel, mink are generally used.