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Eskimo Sealskin Model Kayak
2006, Fall American Indian Arts, September 16th
with hand-carved wooden hunter who wears a cotton coat. Kayak laden with ivory and wood fishing accoutrements: trap, two harpoons, ice pick, and oar. With wooden stand, length 16.25".

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Crow Child's Hide Doll Cradle,
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Navajo Third Phase Variant Chief's Blanket,
Lot # 253 - Navajo Third Phase Variant Chief's Blanket,
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Plains Stone Head Club,
Lot # 345 - Plains Stone Head Club,
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Comanche Beaded Hide Moccasins,
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Southwestern Baskets,
Lot # 226 - Southwestern Baskets,
lot of 2. Includes a Third Mesa plaque plaited with rabbit brush and rim wrapped with yucca, bright colors slightly fading on front, diameter 14.25"; AND a large Jicarilla Apache bowl with dyed elements creating the popular star design, diameter 18.5" x height 3.5". > Item Details
Award Winning Hopi Concha Belt by Elsie and Gary Yoyokie,
Lot # 154 - Award Winning Hopi Concha Belt by Elsie and Gary Yoyokie,
consisting of seven conchas with overlay designs, each depicts a different katsina—Longhair Maiden, Ram, Hopi Clown, Deer, Mudhead Clown, Wolf, and Warrior Maiden. The six butterflies are inset with beautifully marbled China Mountain turquoise and have overlay imagery of clouds and waterdrops, buckl... > Item Details
Photogravures by Roland Reed and Rodman Wanamaker,
Lot # 82 - Photogravures by Roland Reed and Rodman Wanamaker,
lot of 2, including Shepherd of the Hills by Reed, a portrait of an older Navajo man wearing concha belt, squash blossom and turquoise nugget necklace, framed 16.75" x 12.75", AND Chief Brave Bear – Southern Cheyenne by Rodman Wanamaker, from Joseph K. Dixon's seminal book The Vanishing Race, 1913. ... > Item Details
Plains Cree Beaded Hide Tobacco Bag,
Lot # 435 - Plains Cree Beaded Hide Tobacco Bag,
thread-sewn with base of bag tightly beaded, using small (13/0) faceted pink, faceted light blue, medium blue, orange, translucent green, rose, and greasy yellow seed beads forming elegantly outlined floral designs, mouth edged with gold cotton. Bag terminates with soft fringe quilled at the top usi... > Item Details
Sioux Child's Quilled Hide Pouch,
Lot # 429 - Sioux Child's Quilled Hide Pouch,
thread and sinew-sewn with throat edge-beaded in small light blue seed beads and topped with tin cones, thin quilled hide drops hang from back. Lower portion of bag is quilled with red and purple triangle against a yellow ground, backside with same design in reverse colors. With recycled parfleche... > Item Details
Apache Whetstone Case with Whetstone,
Lot # 72 - Apache Whetstone Case with Whetstone,
sinew-sewn and designed with two rounded tabs at bottom and completely edge-beaded in red white-heart, light blue, white, pink, and dark blue seed beads. Lanes of beadwork outline the central rectangular portion of pouch with seed bead colors of cobalt, white, light blue, pink, and translucent green... > Item Details
Cochiti Dough Bowl,
Lot # 180 - Cochiti Dough Bowl,
of a large globular form with slightly everted lip. Double spirit-broken line highlights rim and base and borders two open-beaked birds with pointed tail feathers opposite two stylized, hourglass-shaped foliates, height 10.25" x diameter 18.5". > Item Details
Chippewa Beaded Bandoleer Bag,
Lot # 410 - Chippewa Beaded Bandoleer Bag,
ca 1880, panels and shoulder strap loom-beaded in colors of pink, blue, clear, translucent green, white, red white-heart, and greasy yellow forming geometric patterns. Braided beaded strands terminating in tufts of red wool hang from lower edge of strap, fringe finishing the bag is uniquely executed... > Item Details
D. F. Barry Cabinet Card of Rain-in-the-Face, Hunkpapa,
Lot # 300 - D. F. Barry Cabinet Card of Rain-in-the-Face, Hunkpapa,
a fine portrait of Barry's life-long friend, Rain-in-the-Face, with Barry's Bismarck, Dakota Territory imprint and 1885 copyright. > Item Details
Plains Stone Head Club,
Lot # 346 - Plains Stone Head Club,
double-pointed head with wooden handle wrapped in buffalo(?) hide, length 28.25". Lots 322-350 in this sale were collected by Henry W. Andrews during his tenure with the Bureau of Indian Affairs in the 1870s and 1880s, and later donated to a Western New York Museum by request of his daughter France... > Item Details
D. F. Barry Cabinet Card of White Bear, Crow,
Lot # 316 - D. F. Barry Cabinet Card of White Bear, Crow,
with Barry's West Superior, Wis. imprint and clipped pasted label White Bear on recto, and printed portrait of Chief Gall on verso. He wears dentalia shell earrings and shell choker. > Item Details
Great Lakes Beaded Knife Sheath,
Lot # 462 - Great Lakes Beaded Knife Sheath,
possibly Chippewa, thread-sewn on canvas using seed bead colors of light blue, greasy yellow, cobalt, rose, opalescent, white, pumpkin, and shades of green to form curvilinear floral designs, two beaded drops terminating with blue yarn hang along side, opening wrapped with embroidery thread, backed ... > Item Details
Apache Figural Tray,
Lot # 201 - Apache Figural Tray,
coiled of willow and devil's claw with motifs of whirling logs and dogs separated by small stacked squares forming inverted pyramids, centers of whirling logs colored red, diameter 12.75". > Item Details
Acoma Olla,
Lot # 182 - Acoma Olla,
black-on-white with flared sides, sharp shoulder, tapering neck, and concave base. Painted in four horizontal friezes with a busy design of hatched hooks and emerging buds, red internal rim, height 12" x diameter 13". > Item Details
Sioux Beaded Moccasins,
Lot # 359 - Sioux Beaded Moccasins,
sinew-sewn with red, lime green, cobalt, white, and iridescent glass beads forming stepped triangles, forked devices, and dotted bands on vamps and around sole; cuff has pinked edge and blue cotton twill highlighting ankle, length 10". > Item Details
Sioux Beaded and Quilled Hide Pouch,
Lot # 340 - Sioux Beaded and Quilled Hide Pouch,
thread- and sinew-sewn with three vertical lanes of beadwork executed in white, red white-heart, and green. Between beaded lanes are vertical bands of purple quillwork. Red quilled hide fringe along sides, and quilled drops hang from front and canvas back. Closing flap with medium blue and cobalt b... > Item Details
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