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Haida painted work vest by Bernice Williams

Catalogue: Popular Collectibles: Cultural: American Indian: Textiles.: Pre 1990   item# 1005117 (stock# NA-051sa)

Haida painted work vest by Bernice Williams
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$400.00 

A classic painted canvas and wool lined work vest by Haida artist Bernice Williams whose Tribal name is Skundal. Williams is not only a well known artist and carver in her own right but is known for being the first woman carver to apprentice with world renowned Haida artist Bill Reid. This work vest is signed and dated 1990. It is very lightly soiled and has one small area of spotting which we have not attempted to clean. 30.75" in length X 21" at the bottom and 20.5" at the chest ...click for details


Northwest Coast, Kwakiutl Dance Apron

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Americas: American Indian: Pre 1970   item# 1004949 (stock# NA052de)

Northwest Coast, Kwakiutl Dance Apron
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A hand sewn dance apron from the Kwakiutl People of Hope Island, Britisn Columbia. The central image is a Thunderbird adorned with mother of pearl trade buttons and further adorned with a piece of abolone on its brest. In addition there are two rows of cartridges, each topped with a trade bead, that function as jingles when the dancer moves. Two or three of the cartridges are missing as well as a similar number of buttons. Only very light soiling but the belt is a bit frayed. A good example of a ...click for details


Isleta pot with pouring lip

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Americas: American Indian: Pottery: Pre 1960   item# 1003023 (stock# NA501de)

Isleta pot with pouring lip
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$550.00 

An interseting Isleta pot with a pouring lip. It appears to be a utility piece. Thin walls with fairly thick paint. A serpent design encircles the neck and the body is banded with a geometric "eye" motif. There is a small bump in the waist of the body. There are no cracks but the rim does have some small chips. The foot shows wear. ex: D. Eros 1992. H:6.25:, D: 5.5" mouth opening 4". Mid Century, 1950.


Ancient Eskimo Ivory Artifact

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Americas: Eskimo: Pre AD 1000   item# 999450 (stock# NA652pg)

Ancient Eskimo Ivory Artifact
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$500.00 

Probably a tool box ornament or perhaps a visor ornament, this ancient ivory fragment depicts three horizontal whales with the suggestion of the beginning of three vertical whales. The strip of ivory is hand drilled with three attaching holes and shows heavy to light degradation from top to bottom. ex. Lummi Island Trading Co, ex. Joseph Gerena Fine Arts.Length 5.25"x0.50" wide. Accompanied by a metal display stand.

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