Lot 64    

Tlingit Basketry Covered Pottery Vases,
2003 American Indian Arts. Sept. 12-13
lot of 2 contemporary pieces, both twined in colors of natural, red, and black in stepped motif. Includes one with simple bands near the rim, height 7". AND the other has two handles, height 6".

Condition:  
Both are in excellent condition.
Est $200 - $300
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Sioux Braided Quilled Pipe Stem,
Lot # 513 - Sioux Braided Quilled Pipe Stem,
polychrome braided quill wrapping over wood pipe stem with leather fringe at ends, stem shows moderate to considerable use; 16.6" long. > Item Details
Sioux Hide and Beaded Sewing Bag,
Lot # 563 - Sioux Hide and Beaded Sewing Bag,
ca 1890, is sinew-sewn cow hide, decorated at margins with rolled lane of diamonds of blue, green and red "white heart" beads against a mauve ground. Flap type closure decorated with a panel of "flying bird" and "rain clouds" in dark blue and green beads against mauve. Corners of bag, and closure ... > Item Details
Cherokee Split Cane Basket,
Lot # 166 - Cherokee Split Cane Basket,
twilled plaited technique. Ash or hickory bent wood handle with cane wrap extending entirely around basket and with stepped & modified herringbone design in natural, red and brown; 11.5" high x 9" diameter. > Item Details
Seth Eastman's Aboriginal Portfolio
Lot # 51 - Seth Eastman's Aboriginal Portfolio
Eastman, Mrs. Mary H. The American Aboriginal Port Folio. Illustrated by S. Eastman, U.S. Army. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Gramo & Co., 1853. Folio, 84 pp., engraved title & 26 plates. > Item Details
Sioux Quilled and Beaded Hide Moccasins,
Lot # 264 - Sioux Quilled and Beaded Hide Moccasins,
ca 1890-1900. Probably Sioux, each with painted parfleche soles that have colors visible on inside of moccasins and each with aniline dyed red quillwork on vamps and with sinew-sewn beadwork in colors of medium blue, red, cobalt, and greasy yellow in a triangular design along the soles, 8.5" long. > Item Details
<i>The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents:</i>
Lot # 56 - The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents:
Travels and Explorations of the Jesuit Missionaries in New France 1610-1791. Thwaites, Reuben Gold (ed.). New York: Pageant Book Co., 1959. 8vo., black cloth binding, gilt spine. This was the third and last printing of this expansive and rare work of 73 volumes. This edition published 2 volumes in ... > Item Details
Navajo Yeibechei Weaving,
Lot # 416 - Navajo Yeibechei Weaving,
ca 1926, tightly handspun wool woven in both natural and commercial dyed yarns, decorated with eight beautifully outlined figures with multicolored necks and framed by a border of feathers. Included is a museum tag describing the "Ya-be-chai Dance"; 90.5" long x 40" wide. > Item Details
Figural Jemez Pottery,
Lot # 133 - Figural Jemez Pottery,
lot of 2. Includes model of adobe house with removable front wall. Found inside are two women kneeling at their metates, mano in hand, grinding corn; 4" long x 2.5" high x 3" wide; AND reminiscent of the Tesuque Rain God, a ceramic Native American man sitting holding a pot in his lap, 6.25" high. > Item Details
Iroquois Pillow Whimsy,
Lot # 170 - Iroquois Pillow Whimsy,
beaded in pearl opalescence with red, yellow, green, and blue accents. Naturalistic design, bird and flowers in center with a boarder of leaves, beaded looped fringe; 10" high x 8.5" wide. > Item Details
Hopi  Basket and Plaque,
Lot # 85 - Hopi Basket and Plaque,
lot of 2. Includes a coiled basket of natural and aniline dyed yucca in designs of 4 triangles along base and 4 near rim. All triangles are situated between black bars; basket retains one handle and remnants of a second. Museum catalogue card reads: "Hopi 2nd Mesa Shipauiluvi, Ariz. Aug. 1916," 5"... > Item Details
Cabinet Card of
Lot # 345 - Cabinet Card of "Chief of Huron’s",
albumen image with pencil inscription on rearn "Maurise Bastien Chief of Huron," with imprint of "J.E. Livernois, Quebec." Full length studio photograph of a very Caucasian looking person in traditional Huron clothing and holding a Northern Plains stone war club, undoubtedly a prop provided by the ... > Item Details
Nancy McLaughlin Painting
Lot # 609 - Nancy McLaughlin Painting "When Enemy Medicine is Strong,"
acrylic on masonite. Telling genre painting of the end of the Native American mastery of the Southern Plains. Scene shows two exhausted riders (probably Comanche), one leading the horse of a dead comrade who is draped over horse, setting sun with eerie effects, length 16" x width in modern frame, ... > Item Details
Iroquois Staff,
Lot # 697 - Iroquois Staff,
made of knotted hardwood with separate curved handle. A black painted Broken Nose False Face mask, probably of basswood and with blond horsehair, is attached to the handle. Staff 50.5", mask is 2". > Item Details
Plains Spear Point  Pipe Tomahawk,
Lot # 537 - Plains Spear Point Pipe Tomahawk,
ca 1880. Has wooden haft with file branding, with bands of brass tacks, and with a perforation holding a leather thong. Metal blade has a cross cutout in center; 18.75" long. Great color and patina. > Item Details
Athapaskan Beaded Vamp and Hide Moccasins,
Lot # 728 - Athapaskan Beaded Vamp and Hide Moccasins,
have sinew-sewn beadwork in colors of cobalt, dark green white, and dark red in a four-pointed star on a navy ground bordered in a red and beige calico, length 10". > Item Details
Handbook of South American Indians Vols. 1-6,
Lot # 44 - Handbook of South American Indians Vols. 1-6,
all BAE Bulletin 143, dates 1946-50, large 12mo in green cloth boards, J. H. Steward editor, G.P.O. Washington D.C. > Item Details
Eastern Woodland Crook Knife,
Lot # 227 - Eastern Woodland Crook Knife,
type of knife commonly used by Eastern Woodlands Native Americans for every day work, called "Bikelagenigans" from work "bika" meaning a bend or crook. Scroll carved wood handle with nice patina, handle section wrapped in leather thong, 3.25" single edged steel blade, total length 9.2", mid to late... > Item Details
Catlinite Pipe with Deer Bone Pipe Stem,
Lot # 294 - Catlinite Pipe with Deer Bone Pipe Stem,
bowl is "L" shaped and well used, 3" long x 2.5" high. Stem is polychrome painted in pink and green, 9.5" long, total length 12.5". Worn unreadable labels on each and inked paper tag "Formerly in the Connecticut Science Museum Collection-deer leg stem-seldom seen-early bowl well used". > Item Details
Pima/Tohono O'odham Baskets,
Lot # 78 - Pima/Tohono O'odham Baskets,
lot of 6. All are traditional yucca with geometric devil's claw designs; one a small bowl 2" high x 4" diameter; PLUS a bowl 2.5" high x 6" diameter; PLUS a bowl 2.5" high x 10.5" diameter; PLUS an oval bowl 7" long x 2" high; PLUS an oval tray 9.5" long; AND a lidded basket with 4 stylized saguaro... > Item Details
Santo Domingo Jar,
Lot # 398 - Santo Domingo Jar,
black and red-on-white, globular jar with indented base, floral design on shoulder and scalloped lines on base, interior rim painted red; 9" high x 10.5" diameter. > Item Details
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