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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Zuni Polychrome Bowl,
Lot # 207 - Zuni Polychrome Bowl,
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D. F. Barry Cabinet Card of Thunder Hawk,
Lot # 407 - D. F. Barry Cabinet Card of Thunder Hawk,
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Navajo Regional Weaving,
Lot # 254 - Navajo Regional Weaving,
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Antique Heavy Navajo Cluster Bracelets,
Lot # 307 - Antique Heavy Navajo Cluster Bracelets,
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Kiowa Belt,  Strike-a-Lite Pouch, Awl Case, and Drop,
Lot # 395 - Kiowa Belt, Strike-a-Lite Pouch, Awl Case, and Drop,
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Southern Plains Wooden Bow and Hide Quiver,
Lot # 385 - Southern Plains Wooden Bow and Hide Quiver,
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<i>Rodeo Rider</i> by Olaf Carl Wieghorst,
Lot # 341 - Rodeo Rider by Olaf Carl Wieghorst,
oil on board, signed lower left O. Wieghorst; 9.75" x 13.75" (w/o frame), 23.75" x 27.75" (w/frame).OLAF WIEGHORST (1899-1988), was born in Denmark and made his way to New York in 1917. Fascinated with the Wild West, Wieghorst enlisted in the U.S. Calvary in Mexico. He later worked with the Mounte... > Item Details
Sioux Beaded Hide Tobacco Bag,
Lot # 579 - Sioux Beaded Hide Tobacco Bag,
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Nez Perce Corn Husk Flat Bag,
Lot # 131 - Nez Perce Corn Husk Flat Bag,
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Navajo Regional Weaving,
Lot # 238 - Navajo Regional Weaving,
Wide Ruins, hand-spun wool in colors of orange, brown, cream, and purple to create a design of linear bands and squash blossoms, 7 warp/inch x 16 wefts/inch; 78.5" x 56.5". > Item Details
Apache Beaded Hide Saddle Bags,
Lot # 300 - Apache Beaded Hide Saddle Bags,
sinew-sewn on thick hide, possibly elk, with lanes of white and cobalt seed beads forming diamonds and rectangles along bag's lower edges; red wool and yellow pigment fill spaces between beadwork; short fringe dangles along long edge and long fringe dangles at sides. Hide split in center and opening... > Item Details
Wasco Corn Husk Gambling Bag,
Lot # 128 - Wasco Corn Husk Gambling Bag,
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Hopi <i>Sikyatki</i> Revival Jar by Attributed to Nampeyo,
Lot # 149 - Hopi Sikyatki Revival Jar by Attributed to Nampeyo,
black- and red-on-cream, potted with squat body and slightly raised lip. Two rain birds fly around shoulder, with hooked and feathered devices situated between, height 5.5" x diameter 11.5". > Item Details
Plains Catlinite Figural Bowl with Elaborate Stem,
Lot # 452 - Plains Catlinite Figural Bowl with Elaborate Stem,
with "T" shaped bowl carved with two humans grasping bowl and a snake wrapping around anterior end, length 7.5" x height 4"; AND twisted, carved wooden stem interlocking in center and painted in colors of blue, green, red, and yellow that swirl around piece, length 25.5". Stem is further enhanced w... > Item Details
<i>Roaming the Grand Canyon</i> by Carl Schmidt,
Lot # 335 - Roaming the Grand Canyon by Carl Schmidt,
oil on canvas, signed lower right Carl Schmidt; 29.5" x 36" (sight), 35.5 x 41.5" (w/frame).CARL SCHMIDT (1885-1969, California) studied at the Art Institute of Chicago. He is known for landscapes, Indians, still lifes, portraits, religious and historical genre paintings. > Item Details
Navajo Regional Weaving,
Lot # 230 - Navajo Regional Weaving,
eastern reservation style, hand-spun wool with zigzag bands and central serrated diamonds using colors of red and brown against a cream ground. Textile augmented with corner tassels, 8 warp/inch x 20 weft/inch; 81" x 51". > Item Details
<i>Horse Roundup</i> by Mel Fillerup,
Lot # 331 - Horse Roundup by Mel Fillerup,
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Three Tohono O'odham Baskets,
Lot # 568 - Three Tohono O'odham Baskets,
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San Ildefonso Blackware Bowl by Maria and Santana Martinez,
Lot # 177 - San Ildefonso Blackware Bowl by Maria and Santana Martinez,
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