CLARKE and CLARKE Art + Artifacts
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Blankets : Pre 1950 item #1042218 (stock #NA-032-BB)
CLARKE & CLARKE Art + Artifacts
$475.00
From the Shiprock region of the Navajo reservation, a good quality rug with Yei's banded on three sides by the "Rainbow Goddess". A small tightly woven rug with excellent color and with only one small and very slight edge damage. Ex: Butterfield & Butterfield in 1995 and from most recently from a private estate in Scottsdale AZ Native American. Size 27.75" x 37". Mid 20th C.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1980 item #1089954 (stock #NA-521-DE)
CLARKE & CLARKE Art + Artifacts
$500.00
From the 1970's, this dough bowl appears to have been used rather than residing in a collection cabinet. The base bears the signature of Rafaelita Aguilar who is noted for crafting large pottery. Born in 1936 and learning pottery from her mother, she is said to harvest the clay on the Pueblo and to build her pots using the coil technique. She fires the pots outdoors in the traditional manner...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pre 1980 item #1263755 (stock #NA-98-tp)
CLARKE & CLARKE Art + Artifacts
$350.00
Born in Alert Bay, British Columbia and a well recognized artist among the Kwakiutl Nations, Smith. Began wood carving in 1968 and went on to develop diverse artistic skills in the area of woodcarving, silver smithing and painting. His works are found in important pubic and private collections around th world. This early Kwakiutl Whale print is numbered 171 of 246 and is in excellent condition. The framed dimensions are 12 x 18 and the image area is 10.5 x 16.5. Native American.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pre 1970 item #1004949 (stock #NA052de)
CLARKE & CLARKE Art + Artifacts
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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...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1960 item #1003023 (stock #NA501de)
CLARKE & CLARKE Art + Artifacts
$345.00
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. Native American.