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Zia Olla Deaccessioned from a Midwestern Museum
Lot # 143 - Zia Olla Deaccessioned from a Midwestern Museum
created with a wide shoulder, upright neck, and concave base; stylized rain birds detail body, height 7.75 in. x diameter 10.25 in.
first quarter 20th century
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Tonita Martinez Roybal (1892-1945) and Juan Roybal (1896-1900) San Ildefonso Blackware Bowls Deaccessioned from a Midwestern Museum
Lot # 132 - Tonita Martinez Roybal (1892-1945) and Juan Roybal (1896-1900) San Ildefonso Blackware Bowls Deaccessioned from a Midwestern Museum
lot of 2, including one blackware bowl decorated with feather motifs along shoulder; signed Tonita and Juan, height 3.25 in. x diameter 4.75 in.; AND another bowl with a flattened rim; opening of bowl designed with four directional feathers, signed Tonita, height 2.75 in. X diameter 4.75 in.
second quarter 20th century
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Drunken Silenus by a Follower of Anthony Van Dyke
Lot # 821 - Drunken Silenus by a Follower of Anthony Van Dyke
British, 19th century. Oil on board housed in a wood frame. A group of four figures, including a woman, surrounding drunken Silenus. 25 x 19.5 in. (sight).
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Two Framed Groupings of Civil War-Era Tools
Lot # 83 - Two Framed Groupings of Civil War-Era Tools
One group in deep 16 x 17.75 in. frame, with eating utensils, bone saws, a fascine end (no shaft), a minie ball, a scabbard drag, and miscellaneous other items.

The second has two saws crossed over a Confederate Battle Flag (modern, printed), with label indicating Civil War bone saws, but the wood handles and blade length suggest bread knives, but probably Civil War period. In 17 x 24 in. frame.
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