Lot 33    

Eskimo Carved Bone and Ivory Snuff Boxes and Tubes,
2007, American Indian and Western Art, March 31
lot of 5, includes an ivory box with beveled edges decorated with red concentric circles and hatched lines, wooden bottom and lid, leather thong on lid connects a small carved seal toggle, length 2.25" x width 1.25"; PLUS a conical shaped bone box with wooden bottom and opening, length 2.5" x diameter 1.75"; PLUS an oval birch bark box with wooden lid, length 2.5" x width 1.25"; PLUS an ivory and bone snuffer, each with leather thong, length 3.75" and 3.25".

Provenance:  
Property of Western Reserve Historical Society


Condition:  
Each with red inked accession number, leather thongs brittle, conical box without lid.
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Acoma Jars,
Lot # 292 - Acoma Jars,
lot of 2, both of globular form with short necks. One with floral motifs on body and neck, height 6.75" x diameter 7.5"; AND another with stylized rain birds on neck and geometrics on body, height 6.75" x diameter 7". > Item Details
Navajo Transitional Weaving,
Lot # 244 - Navajo Transitional Weaving,
softly woven of hand-spun wool with colors of red, gray, and black against a cream ground. Large serrated diamonds containing crosses flank a rectangle; crosses are surrounded by stepped triangles, 6 warp/inch x 22 weft/inch; 85" x 45.5". > Item Details
Kiowa Beaded Hide Moccasins,
Lot # 398 - Kiowa Beaded Hide Moccasins,
thread- and sinew-sewn and beaded with small (13/0) cut glass beads outlining green-tinted cuffs and yellow-tinted vamps using colors of rose, light blue, red white-heart, white, black, pale green, and pink. Long tongue finishes with a beaded rosette at tip and is emphasized by a row of tin cones al... > Item Details
Tohono O'odham Basketry Bowl by Dorothy Lopez,
Lot # 574 - Tohono O'odham Basketry Bowl by Dorothy Lopez,
woven of yucca and devil's claw having a stepped design on body, height 5.75" x diameter 10.5".This lot will be sold AS IS. No condition reports are available. > Item Details
111B. D. F. Barry Cabinet Card of Black Owl, Gros Ventre,
Lot # 3002 - 111B. D. F. Barry Cabinet Card of Black Owl, Gros Ventre,
with partial printed and applied caption, and verso imprint for Barry’s Bismarck, D.T. studio. Taken May 12, 1883. Black Owl wears fur-wrapped braids; Mary`s dress is decorated with elk teeth and beads. .PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE AN ABSENTEE BID FOR THIS LOT USING THE LINK NEXT TO THE TITLE. Please place... > Item Details
Fine Acoma Polychrome  Jar, Attributed to
Lot # 159 - Fine Acoma Polychrome Jar, Attributed to "Acoma Mary"
black- and white-on-red, exceptionally thinly potted with wide, angular body, sharp shoulder, and short neck. Designed with large medallions surrounding a polka-dotted bird, flowers, and wings creating a swirling motion. Large angular floral designs interspersed between medallions; neck is enhanced ... > Item Details
San Ildefonso Polychrome Jar,
Lot # 170 - San Ildefonso Polychrome Jar,
with a bulbous body, double shoulder, and restricting neck with slightly flared lip. Lower third of body designed with hatched scallops of which split foliate devices hang; the concave mid-section decorated with repeating triangular devices; and neck of vessel contains images of five different figu... > Item Details
<i>Native</i>  by Peter M. Fillerup,
Lot # 372 - Native by Peter M. Fillerup,
bronze on wood base measuring 9.5" in diameter containing plaque with title and artist's name. Sculpture itself 31" high. Inscribed on bronze Peter Fillerup/1990 and numbered 8/50.Peter M. Fillerup (1953- ), son of noted Western painter Mel Fillerup, was born in Cody, Wyoming. He took an interest... > Item Details
Navajo Hubbell Revival Blanket,
Lot # 223 - Navajo Hubbell Revival Blanket,
of Germantown wool, tightly woven with striped Moki pattern using deep purple and bluish-gray, and highlighted with red Navajo serrated lines and central cream, red, and deep purple crosses, 8 warp/inch, 50 weft/inch; 70.5" x 30.5". > Item Details
Eskimo Ivory Figural Carving of Two Girls,
Lot # 17 - Eskimo Ivory Figural Carving of Two Girls,
wearing traditional clothing and playing ball, length 8" x height 6". A finely executed carving. > Item Details
Cree- Metis Hide Gloves with Fine Silk Embroidery,
Lot # 55 - Cree- Metis Hide Gloves with Fine Silk Embroidery,
depicting intricate flowers, buds, and leaves in soft pink, rose, dark rose, nestled in shades of green and blue. Gloves trimmed with otter fur and lined with black velvet and red wool, length 12". Illustrated in American Indian Artifacts: The John Painter Collection (Painter 1991: 139). > Item Details
Navajo Regional Weaving,
Lot # 556 - Navajo Regional Weaving,
hand-spun wool using colors of red, browns, and gray against a cream ground to form a stepped hourglass design, 57" x 32". This lot will be sold AS IS. No condition reports are available. > Item Details
Pima <I>Man in the Maze</I> Basket,
Lot # 273 - Pima Man in the Maze Basket,
coiled with dark devil's claw maze design and with dark rim finish overcasting edge, height 3.25" x diameter 14.5". > Item Details
<i>Watering Horses</i> by Carl Schmidt,
Lot # 333 - Watering Horses by Carl Schmidt,
oil on canvas, signed Carl Schmidt lower right. Likely a California scene, two horses water at a trough during mid-day; 29.5" x 36" (sight), 36.5" x 42" (w/frame).CARL SCHMIDT (1885-1969, California) studied at the Art Institute of Chicago. He is known for landscapes, Indians, still lifes, portrait... > Item Details
Santo Domingo Olla,
Lot # 193 - Santo Domingo Olla,
black-on-cream with globular body, soft shoulder, slightly flared lip, and indented base. Painted with a classic geometric design on body with a single vertical break in design, height 11" x diameter 11.25". See American Indian Artifacts: The John Painter Collection (Painter 1991: 187). > Item Details
Group of Worked Fossilized Ivory,
Lot # 531 - Group of Worked Fossilized Ivory,
lot of 21, length 4.75"; PLUS length 5.75"; PLUS length 6.25"; PLUS length 8.75"; PLUS length 10.5"; PLUS one with inked inscription Fragment of an Eskimo Implement Made From Fossil Ivory From the Arctic, length 4.75"; PLUS length 10"; PLUS length 3.75"; PLUS length 2"; PLUS a tusk, length 17.25"; P... > Item Details
14K Gold Ring with Mosaic Stones by <i>Charles Loloma</i>,
Lot # 304 - 14K Gold Ring with Mosaic Stones by Charles Loloma,
in a design for which Loloma is most famous. Stones on top are lapis lazuli, coral, turquoise, and sliver of gold; size 10. Signed Loloma and 14K. > Item Details
Sioux Beaded Hide Tobacco Bag,
Lot # 579 - Sioux Beaded Hide Tobacco Bag,
thread- and sinew-sewn with beadwork on body executed with an hourglass design using light blue, pink, greasy yellow, and translucent blue, finishing fringe with traces of orange pigment, hide thong loops on throat of bag, possibly as belt loops(?), length w/o fringe 21". This lot will be sold AS I... > Item Details
Navajo Regional Weaving,
Lot # 233 - Navajo Regional Weaving,
Ganado, woven of hand-spun wool in colors of gray, black, cream, and red. Modified Greek key border surrounds a central diamond with similar hooked edges, 68.75" x 44.5". > Item Details
Eskimo Child's Traditional Seal Gut Parka,
Lot # 42 - Eskimo Child's Traditional Seal Gut Parka,
with seal(?) fur trim along lower edge, fine leather along wrists, red yarn around face, and whimsical tuft of fur at back of head, length (w/o hood) 13" x chest 29". > Item Details
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