Antiquities, Artemis Gallery Ancient Art, Pre Columbian
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pre 1960 item #1329933 (stock #109877)
Artemis Gallery Ancient World Art
SOLD
Pacific Northwest, Canada or US, ca. 1950 CE. Very fine cribbage board made of deer or elk antler. Face sanded down to expose white inner layer then drilled with 62 holes on each side with added black shell adornments. Antler hollowed to hold 5 small antler counting pegs. A very handsome example! Size: 14"L (35.6 cm).

Condition: Intact and excellent

Provenance: Ex-private Pearson collection

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All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Pre 1930 item #1326895 (stock #110887)
Artemis Gallery Ancient World Art
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Latin America, Mexico, Oaxaca, ca. 1925 CE. A finely crafted hoop style hand drum, comprised of rawhide stretched over both side faces, tree bark bent around the periphery, all components fastened together with cord, with a loop for suspension. The instrument, when held vertically for drumming, is large enough to produce a nice sound but not so large as to be difficult or awkward to use...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Pre 1920 item #1325400 (stock #110844)
Artemis Gallery Ancient World Art
$150.00
Mexico, early 20th century CE. This is a charming and colorful piece of Mexican folk art in the artistic tradition of Dia de los Muertos. A skeleton, arms and legs outstretched in a Superman-style pose, balances delicately atop a stand with two spheres. The Spaniards adapted the indigenous Aztec ritual to joyously remember the dead to create the Dia de los Muertos. Colorful pieces of art with skulls and skeletons remind the living of the dead and celebrate the memory of those who have left us...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Pre 1900 item #1325309 (stock #110648)
Artemis Gallery Ancient World Art
$595.00
Latin America, Mexico, Spanish Colonial, ca. 1800 to 1900 CE. A finely painted oil on tin retablo depicting Christ parting his robe to reveal a symbol known as a Sacred Heart. The Sacred Heart symbolizes compassion and unmitigated love. The message to the devout is that one may find and express divine love in one's own heart. A beautifully painted devotional folk painting! Custom wood frame...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Pre 1900 item #1325305 (stock #110644)
Artemis Gallery Ancient World Art
$495.00
Latin America, Mexico, Spanish Colonial, ca. 1800 to 1900 CE. A carefully delineated retablo depicting Saint Raymond Nonatus (San Ramon Nonato). San Ramon is a popular subject of Mexican retablos. He is traditionally depicted as a Mercedarian cardinal, the badge of his order prominently displayed on his habit...