4/8 Washoe coiled basket Late 19th Century Great Basin - Washoe, Native American 4/8
Washo coiled basket Late 19th Century Great Basin - Washoe, Native AmericanAntique California basket - beautiful Artist: UnknownSize: 3 1/4" high x 5 1/2" diameter at widestMaterials: Willow-Redbud-Bracken FernCondition: Good for age - some missing stitches at rim4/8
$450.00
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Abraham Begay, Navajo post wedding basket rug pattern earrings with turquoise (RK294)
Abraham Begay, Navajo inlay post earrings with turquoise. Gorgeous contemporary Native American earrings with a pattern that can be interpreted as a rug pattern or as the traditional wedding basket design. Absolutely gorgeous statement earrings!Details:Artist: Abraham Begay - signed with...
$260.00
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Alabaster Beaver Zuni Fetish by Brandon Phillips, Native American Beaver Carving from Alabaster (1/414)
Alabaster Beaver Zuni Fetish made by Brandon PhillipsSIZE2 1/4" length x 3/4" width x 7/8" heightIn Zuni culture a fetish represents the animal spirit thought to reside in the stone. Beaver is diligent and industrious. He represents achievement and hard...
$45.00
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Alex Sanchez Dragonfly Pendant with Sonoran Gold Turquoise & Tribal Symbols, Alex Sanchez, Navajo/Zuni Petroglyph turquoise jewelry 2/142
Dragonfly is found near water and therefore a very important symbol to Native peoples. It is also a symbol of beauty as the sun reflects on the translucent wings bringing out the colors and details. This pendant hosts Sonoran Gold...
$590.00
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Alex Sanchez Pendant with Royston Turquoise & Tribal Symbols, Alex Sanchez, Navajo/Zuni Petroglyph turquoise jewelry 2/239
This is a beautiful pendant with ancient Native American symbols including spiral (journey), healing hand and dragonfly. Alex's attention to detail is evident in this collectible and beautiful pendant. The bale is a generous size which will accommodate a large...
$405.00
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Alex Sanchez Sterling Silver Petroglyph Ring with Turquoise Stone, vintage (BH112)
Dramatic sterling silver petroglyph ring by Navajo/Zuni artist Alex Sanchez.  The top design of the ring is set with a blue turquoise stone and the back has a traditional Navajo stamp design.  The design is set on a wide shank...
$375.00
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Alex Sanchez Traditional Navajo Sterling Silver and Turquoise Clip Earrings (MC13)
These gorgeous clip-on earrings are crafted by Alex Sanchez in a traditional Navajo style with beautiful sterling silver stamp work. The bright blue turquoise stones are set in smooth bezels. DETAILS: Artist: Alex Sanchez, Navajo/Zuni Size: Length 1 1/4” long...
$240.00
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Alex Sanchez, Navajo/Zuni Ring with Kingman Turquoise & Tribal Symbols, Petroglyph turquoise jewelry Ring Size 10 (2/145)
If you want a statement ring that is both comfortable and beautiful, this is it! The band is thick enough that it sits comfortably on the hand so that the top does not spin. The turquoise is from the Kingman...
$550.00
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Allison Lee Sterling Silver Post Earrings with Sunburst Drop, Navajo (BH98)
These lovely earrings from renowned Navajo artist Allison Lee are simple yet dramatic.  The sterling silver oval earrings have a post closure and a large sunburst drop. DETAILS:Artist: Allison Lee, NavajoDimensions: 1 5/8" long x 1" wide Weight: 5.7gMaterial: Sterling silverCondition: from...
$125.00
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Andrew Rodriguez, Laguna Pueblo Clay Bear with Heart 1/124
Just love this charming clay bear offering you his heart. Beautiful.One of a kind and handmade clay bear figurine by Native American artist, D. Andrew Rodriguez who is from the Laguna Pueblo in New Mexico. Andrew hand makes his clay...
$48.00
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Andrew Rodriguez, Laguna Pueblo Clay Rabbit 1/128
This charming little clay rabbit was hand-sculpted by a Native American artist.One of a kind and handmade clay rabbit figurine by Native American artist, D. Andrew Rodriguez who is from the Laguna Pueblo in New Mexico. Andrew hand makes his...
$48.00
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Andrew Rodriguez, Laguna Pueblo Clay Turtle 1/133
This cute little turtle was hand-sculpted by a Native American artist.One of a kind and handmade clay turtle figurine by Native American artist, D. Andrew Rodriguez who is from the Laguna Pueblo in New Mexico. Andrew hand makes his clay...
$35.00
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Andrew Rodriguez, Laguna Pueblo Clay Turtle 1/134
This cute little turtle was hand-sculpted by a Native American artist.One of a kind and handmade clay turtle figurine by Native American artist, D. Andrew Rodriguez who is from the Laguna Pueblo in New Mexico. Andrew hand makes his clay...
$35.00
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Antique Iroquois/Mohawk Glengarry beaded hat ca. 1860 - excellent condition!
This is a magnificent example of antique Iroquois/Mohawk beadwork. This Glengarry hat/cap is fully beaded with all of the beads intact.  While there is very slight deterioration of the red fabric on the folded edge, this does not diminish the...
$1,200.00
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Antique Native American Badger Fur Headdress with Ermine, Buffalo Horns, Beadwork and Quill Medallion
This marvelous antique Native American headdress brings out many details from the intricate beadwork, to the quill medallion, to the buffalo horns. The buffalo horn headdress were known to very few tribal nations including Sioux, and Northern Plains, and worn...
$625.00
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Antique Native American Cree Nation Beaded Moccasins - Smoked Brain Tanned Elk with Cloth Lining-late 1800s (GM95)
Beautiful antique authentic Native American beaded moccasins. These come from the Cree Nation in the late 1800s. Made of smoked brain-tanned elk hide with a cloth lining, sewn with thread and embellished with Venetian glass beads. Approximately 8” longCondition -...
$525.00
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Antique Native American Cree Nation Child's Beaded Moccasins - Brain Tanned Moose- 1920s (GM96)
Beautiful antique authentic Cree Native American beaded child's high-top moccasins. These come from the Cree Nation in the early 1900s. Made of brain-tanned and smoked moose hide. From Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan.Approximately 8” longCondition - Excellent - leather is pliable and...
$300.00
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Antique Native American Sandcast bracelet, Navajo sandcast bracelet, 1940's Navajo cuff (ML34)
This vintage treasure has a great story. When Alice was a young girl, her family made a road trip from IL to New Mexico. It was there, on the side of the road, that her mother got to talking with...
$625.00
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Antique Nez Perce Cornhusk flat twined bag - Very fine woven Plateau cornhusk bag 19th/20th Century (GM32)
Antique Nez Perce Cornhusk flat twined bag 19th/20th Century, very fine woven Plateau Native American bag. Excellent design and beautiful creation! 22.5" h x 17.5" w Late 19th / Early 20th centuryExtra-large sized bag with Wool false embroideryCondition: Very strong...
$945.00
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Antique Skookum Dolls - Set of Two - Authentic Skookum from 1930's and 1960's
These are two antique dolls that are authentic Skookum dolls.  Both dolls offer a wonderful vintage look and while not in perfect condition, are still collectible.   The dolls come from different eras and showcase the distinctive elements of the era.  ...
$145.00
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Apsáalooke (Crow) beaded moccasins - Northern Plains Crow moccasins mid 20th century (GM178)
Beautiful example of vintage Native American beadwork. These Apsáalooke (Crow) moccasins were likely made after World War 2 evidenced by the type of beads. The moccasins are brain tanned and the type of beadwork is called 2 needle stitch or...
$410.00
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Authentic Iroquois Antique Beaded Pincushion - late 1800s Niagara-style Whimsy. Thread sewn with glass beads on velvet (GM40)
This intricately beaded pincushion is an antique from the late 1800s. Likely Iroquois or other eastern Great Lakes region. This Niagara-style "whimsy" is made of green velvet in a fleur de lis shape with a red cotton back. The glass...
$125.00
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Authentic Iroquois Beaded Pincushion - early 1900s Mohawk-style Whimsy. Thread sewn with glass beads (GM37)
This intricately beaded pincushion is an antique from the early 1900s. Likely Iroquois or other eastern Great Lakes region. This Mohawk-style "whimsy" is made of red velvet in the shape of a heart with a green silk back. The glass...
$115.00
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