All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : Pre 1980 item #1259610 (stock #0003)
Rose's Antiques
$5500.00
Chinese Nephrite Jade Plaque, Made by Pebble Nephrite Jade, Dimension 2" and thickness 6.5mm.
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : Chinese : Pre 1980 item #1254355 (stock #0022)
Fine Chinese Agarwood Bead Bracelet , bead size: 1.6 CM
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : Chinese : Sculpture : Pre 2000 item #1253733 (stock #140615)
The Tretiak Collection
Sale Pending
well carved small defectws yt wn lik
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : Pre 2000 item #1252968 (stock #MPC-538-C)
Bertha Medina Aquino Spider Motif Gourd, Peru For more than 4,500 years, Peruvian artisans transformed the humble squash into intricately carved and decorated bowls, boxes, and other objects...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : Pre 2000 item #1252901 (stock #MPC-530-T)
Armadillo Tagua Nut Carving, Gerenino Negria, Wounaan Culture, Panamá Tagua armadillo by Gerenino Negria, 1.5"H x 1.75"W x 3.75"L Tagua, pronounced tah-gwa—also called ivory nut or vegetable ivory—is the seed of several types of palms of tropical rainforests, most specifically the Phytelephas macrocarpa...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : American Indian : Baskets : Pre 1910 item #1252900 (stock #MPC-589)
Art of Discovery
$1,100.00
Makah Lidded Trinket, or Treasure, Basket Lidded treasure basket, twined cedar and bear grass, 2 1/4" high, x 3 7/8" wide, Makah culture, northern coast, Washington, early 20th-Century, extremely fine and in perfect condition. The Makah, or Qwiqwidicciat (people of the cape), appear to have lived and prospered on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington state for the last four thousand years...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1980 item #1252899 (stock #MPC-522)
Juanita Fragua Award-winning Jemez potter Juanita Fragua (1935- ), a member of the Corn Clan, has been crafting pottery since the early 1950s, taught by her mother Rita Magdalena. She attended Santa Fe Indian School. Juanita’s specialties are stone-polished redware and tanware, wedding vases, swirl pots, melon and cornmeal bowls. Juanita digs clay on the Jemez Reservation and her pigments are natural...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 2000 item #1252898 (stock #MPC-524)
Bertha Gachupin A member of the Zia and Corn Clan, Bertha Gachupin, “Thunder Flower,” was born into the Jemez Pueblo in 1954. Inspired to learn the art of making pottery by her grandmother, Persingula Gachupin, Bertha is known for her corn-stalk pottery, using traditional hand coiling, stone polishing, and firing, preferring buff or red slip, then applying melon swirls that she carves into the clay. As a symbol of her clan, she accents her finished pots by painting on corn designs...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : Pre 1492 item #1252597 (stock #MPC-PCGJN)
Art of Discovery
$8,700.00
A fine gold and blue-green jade necklace, 22"L, strung with a triple strand of fine Calima Culture gold beads and four stylized gold birds, interspersed with four Olmec blue-green jade tubular beads and a central barrel bead. Terminates with a single strand of Chavin rock-crystal beads, ca. 200 B.C.E., and Colombian large, round, hollow gold beads. Modern 14k. gold clasp, sturdy and suitable to wear. A beautiful, high-quality example. Ca. 200 B.C.E., 800 B.C.E...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : Pre 1492 item #1252596 (stock #MPC-PCJN)
Art of Discovery
$5,700.00
A jade and gold necklace, 19"L, consisting of a well-carved Mixtec green jade penate, anthropomorphic figural pendant, flanked with two mottled green jade carved rectangular pendants on each side, separated with sixteen round green jade and ten gold beads. An upper strand consisting of two long, blue-green jade tube beads with five larger gold spacer beads. Connected at both ends with a single strand of small, ancient gold beads. Modern 18k. gold clasp, sturdy and suitable to wear...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : Pre 1980 item #1252462 (stock #MPC-RFRS)
Art of Discovery
$1,950.00
Fire red Soumak (Sumak) Persian flat-weave tribal rug, weft-wrap, wool on wool. Dimensions: 48"W x 80"L. C. Late 20th Century. The name Soumak may derive from Shemaka, a town in the southeast Caucasus, but weft-wrapped carpets were also produced in Iran, Turkestan and possibly Kurdistan and Anatolia. Soumak is known as “weft-float brocading.” This weft-floating, or wrap, technique results in a herringbone effect with an appearance that looks like the rug has been knitted...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : American Indian : Pre 1900 item #1252278 (stock #MPC-570-P)
Catlinite Tomahawk Ceremonial Pipe c. 1880s, Sioux, with blade inscriptions featuring a robed warrior wearing a feathered headdress hanging to the waist, painted leggings, standing before a series of vertically aligned weapons, an ornate bow and arrow, long rifle, war club, ceremonial tomahawk, war club and knife. Personalized inscription identifies T.K...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : American Indian : Pre 1960 item #1252170 (stock #MPC-FILP-PRE)
Rare fossilized ivory lizard pendant, incised moth, feet, back, drilled eyes, inlaid, curved tail, hole for stringing as necklace, 4.75"L x 5/8"W. Ca. unknown.
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : Pre 2000 item #1252165 (stock #MPC-AD-INL)
The art didgeridoos are concert quality instruments. Forged through an alchemical collaboration of Tanya's visionary hands and Rob's passion for carving sweet sound. All Art Didgeridoos are hand crafted and hand painted. Some are adorned with inlay of abalone, pahua shell and various semi precious stones. Each instrument is an original work of art with 25 to 40 hours of painting. A worthy addition to any didgeridoo enthusiast’s collection. Didgeri has been stored and unused...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1990 item #1252080 (stock #MPC-AAP-LSP)
Anderson & Avelia Peynetsa lizard seed pot, white slip, contemporary styling on traditional hand-coiled, thin-walled egg-like pot decorated with two, large, appliqué, three-dimensional black, stylized lizards that protrude from the top of pot, 5.5"H x 4.5"W. Signed: "A.A. Peynetsa, Zuni, NM '95." Exc. cond.
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : American Indian : Jewelry : Pre 1940 item #1252078 (stock #MPC-NTB-MC)
Art of Discovery
$2,400.00
Navajo 7-stone turquoise and silver bracelet, late 1920s-1930s. Large cuff 7 1/4" in circumference (6" with 1 1/4" opening). Smaller, half-moon shaped, elongated stones measure 1.25"L x 1/2"W. Larger oval center stone measures 1/5"L x 5/8"W. Beautiful in its simplicity and patina. Examined and verbally appraised by Joan Caballero.
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : American Indian : Pre 2000 item #1252076 (stock #MPC-OKW-BY)
Obsidian knapped spearhead wand by Comanche and Japanese knapper/artist the late Byron Yabumoto Quimbey, Taos-area resident and one of the foremost knappers of his time, using ancient tools. 11.75"L x 3.75"W obsidian spearhead lashed to the end of a wood, beaded wand for a combined length of 52". Quimbey incorporated 10 copper cones and tufts of black, downy feathers and horse hair. A leather wrap secures the sacred ornaments of this object.