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I believe you are thinking of the Steuben Glass piece, "Arctic Fisherman" by James Houston. It was designed in 1970 and combines Steuben's lead glass with a Rhodium-lated sterling silver Eskimo attempting to spear two engraved fish.
The piece is illustrated on page 134 of the following book:
Madigan, Mary Jean Smith. Steuben Glass: an American tradition in crystal. Rev. and expanded. New York: H.N. Abrams, 2003. 384 p. Includes bibliographical references (p. 373-374) and index. Artists' biographies: p. 234-245. Line drawings of stock pieces: p. 321-366.
If you would like a color photocopy of this page, I can e-mail it to you.
The designer describes his experiences at Steuben in his juvenile book:
Houston, James A. Fire into ice: adventures in glass making. Toronto: Tundra Books, 1998.  p.
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