All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pre 1492 item #1246695 (stock #AN 568)
Large Anasazi canteen, Ca. 950 - 1150 A.D.

Beautiful and intact large canteen, with a "sunburst" pattern around the top. Has some fire-clouding and a Chaco like indented bottom. Very unique shape. 6" by 6".

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #1246119 (stock #AN 555)
Beautiful and rare Anasazi Kayenta seed jar, Ca. 950 - 1175 A.D.

This beautifully shaped seed jar has three sets of ancient "sew holes" made around the rim. The ancient cracks associated with the sew holes were repaired to protect the integrity of the piece. 6" by 4-3/4". Ex. Pickett collection.

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pottery : Pre AD 1000 item #1246093
Riverbend Gallery
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A large Pre-Columbian figural vessel of the rarer Coahuayana, Colima type, circa 300 B.C. - 300 A.D. Measures approximately 7 1/2" tall and about 8" tall resting on the acrylic cylindrical stand, included. The vessel includes a small lid or dish that fits on either side over the opening of the vessel. It is unclear if this piece was made for this purpose, but the color and patina match that of the larger vessel...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Baskets : Pre 1900 item #1245447
Large Yokuts Indian basketry feast bowl is finely woven of sedge, redbud and bracken fern, late 19th century.

Standing 9 1/3" tall, 18 1/4" diameter, with six coils and fourteen wefts per inch.

Ex. Frsno Museum of Natural History, 103FMNH on the base.

Minor stitch loss on rim, no breaks, lovely golden patina.

Buyer pays $100.00 for shipping and insurance.

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Baskets : Pre 1900 item #1245445
Finely woven feast bowl by the Mono Indians is sedge and bracken fern root, stands 12 1/2" tall and is 19 1/2" diameter. Six coils and ten wefts per inch.

Three bands of water snakes surround the conical shaped basket, woven late 1800s.

Fine original condition, great patina!

Buyer pays $100.00 for shipping and insurance.

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Baskets : Pre 1900 item #1245444
Large antique feast bowl woven by the Mono Indians of sedge and bracken fern root is finely coiled. The designs of horizontal and vertical snake bands are very striking.

This antique basket stands 8" tall and is 14" diameter, ten coils and twelve wefts per inch.

Fine original condition, circa late 1800s.

Buyer pays $100.00 for shipping and insurance.

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Baskets : Pre 1920 item #1245443
Chemehuevi Indian willow and devils claw tray woven circa 1900 has a bold whirlwind design!

19" diameter by 4 1/2" deep, four coils and ten wefts per inch. Nicely curved bowl shape.

Excellent original condition, no missing stitches, slight age patina.

Buyer pays $30.00 for shipping and insurance.

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Baskets : Pre 1900 item #1245441
Antique burden basket stands 19" tall and is 23" across the opening.

Woven of willow, sedgeroot and redbud in a closed twine method. Seven bands of design and a lovely bell shape!

Very good structural condition, no breaks, a quarter size hole at the bottom. This antique from the late 1800s displays impressively!

Buyer pays $100.00 for shipping and insurance.

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Baskets : Pre 1920 item #1245436
Lovely shallow bowl woven of willow and devils claw by the Chemehuevi Indians of the Colorado River is embellished with bulrush in the designs, making this a true polychrome.

8 1/2" diameter by 2 1/2" deep, eight coils and sixteen wefts per inch, self finished rim with devils claw.

No missing stitches or breaks, clean! Slight age patina, circa 19100-1920.

Buyer pays $25.00 for shipping and insurance.

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #1244488 (stock #AN 559)
Beautiful Anasazi Kayenta Mug, Ca. 950 - 1175 A.D.

This Kayenta mug has a beautiful slanted line design around the top half and a wonderfully shaped handle. Has a very minor rim chip, else intact, as found. 5-1/2" wide by 4" tall. Ex. Pickett collection.

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #1242773 (stock #AN 384)
A gorgeous large Anasazi canteen, Ca. 1050 - 1175 A.D.

Stunning black and white canteen, with lightning bolt like designs all over. There was a pressure crack repaired on one side, else intact. Beautiful. 7" by 6". Ex. Arizona collection.

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #1242772 (stock #AN 550)
An Anasazi corrugated jar, Ca. 950 - 1075 A.D.

This corrugated jar stands 5-1/2" tall by 4" wide and shows signs of being well used. There is a piece glued back on the rim, with visible lines where the piece broke off. Ex. Pickett collection.

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Handiwork : Pre 1920 item #1242254 (stock #0-ka038)
Alan Kessler Gallery
Price on Request
A small Hopi Kachina doll hand carved by Wilson Tewaquaptewa circa 1930. With blue-lined case mask, painted details, and arms carved in relief. Tewaquaptewa (1871-1960) was the last chief of Old Oraibi. He produced Kachina dolls which are a combination of many dolls and figments of his own imagination. He believed that you didn't carve actual Kachinas for the tourist market. His dolls are usually monochromatic in color (brown, ochre and white and black)...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Handiwork : Pre 1910 item #1242253 (stock #0-ka037)
Alan Kessler Gallery
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A medium-sized Hopi Kachina doll hand carved by Wilson Tewaquaptewa circa 1910. With painted details, carved arms, attached protruding ears and tableta. Tewaquaptewa (1871-1960) was the last chief of Old Oraibi. He produced Kachina dolls which are a combination of many dolls and figments of his own imagination. He believed that you didn't carve actual Kachinas for the tourist market. His dolls are usually monochromatic in color (brown, ochre and white and black)...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Handiwork : Pre 1910 item #1242251 (stock #0-ka036)
Alan Kessler Gallery
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A medium-sized Kachina doll hand carved by Wilson Tewaquaptewa circa 1910. With painted details, arms forward, and double-vertical tableta. Tewaquaptewa (1871-1960) was the last chief of Old Oraibi. He produced Kachina dolls which are a combination of many dolls and figments of his own imagination. He believed that you didn't carve actual Kachinas for the tourist market. His dolls are usually monochromatic in color (brown, ochre and white and black)...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pre 1900 item #1241754 (stock #14-102)
Ancient Art of the Americas
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1880-1890 Central British Columbia Vibrant paint (original) and crisp carving make this rattle an excellent example of a Shaman's rattle. Used in ceremony and potlatches, indicative of Northwest coast tribes. The rattle, clearly used, has had it's handle foreshortened over prolonged use. 13 in. (33 x 10 cm.) Please inquire for additional information or visit: www.NewWorldAntiquities.com
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pre AD 1000 item #1240322 (stock #LS20145)
I purchased this extraordinary Buffalo Style shell death mask/gorget on 3-31-94. It has a superb provenance, having been in three previous "Who's Who in Indian Relics" collections going back to the name of the original finder. It is the most elaborately decorated gorget I have seen. It has weeping eyes, speech marks, tattoos on forehead and chin and a hairline. It is 5 1/2" long. It was found in 1960 at the Tellico Site in Monroe County, Tennessee...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pre AD 1000 item #1240263 (stock #LS20144)
If you own the finest Columbia River gem point collection, this will be your centerpiece. It is the only AUTHENTICATED PRECIOUS FIRE OPAL POINT FROM THE COLUMBIA RIVER KNOWN TO EXIST. This opal point was found in 1955 at the foot of Hart Mountain, Crump Lake area, Oregon, by Bob Rock, in the presence of the late Carroll Howe which I confirmed with a telephone call to Carroll. Carroll wrote four books on northwest material...