DESCRIPTION: A thick Mexican wool rug with multi striped edges enclosing a centered red and orange diamond on a turquoise colored ground; all four corner tassels are intact. Very good condition, beautiful colors. DIMENSIONS: 36'' W x 64'' L
18K YELLOW GOLD RING WITH AN OCTAGONAL 6 KARAT COLOMBIAN EMERALD SURROUNDED BY COLORLESS ROUND
BRILLIANT DIAMONDS SIGNED "INCA" AND "18K"
INSIDE THE RING. ACCOMPANIED BY A CERTIFICATE BY THE "GIA" ( GEMOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA) SEE PHOTOS.
THIS RING HAS A BEAUTIFUL AND ELEGANT DESIGN.
THE RING IS SIZE - 9. WEIGHT TOTAL - 20.53 GRAMS.
IN VERY GOOD CONDITION, NO DAMAGES,NO REPAIRS.
"INCA" IS AN IMPORTANT JEWELRY COMPANY IN PERU
By Hector Aguilar, the renowned silversmith from Taxco Mexico, this cream and sugar are made of copper with wood handles.
They measure 3 5/8" high, and the sugar bowl is 5" to ends of handles.
The wood is dark and finely grained. The handle of the creamer is slightly lighter in color.
Both are simple design, with attached lid and ball finial, and are hand crafted.
They are signed on the base with his conjoined initial monogram, with Taxco Mexico also stamped...
A rare find, this ceramic figure of a nagual is by the well known ceramic artist Candelario Medrano (1918-1986) from the village of Las Huertas in the state of Jalisco in Mexico.
The figure is 8" high, 8 1/2" wide and 3 3/4" deep. The base is roughly 4 3/4" x3 3/4", and is slightly tapered.
It is painted in various shades of orange, red, pink, with details on the body in black and white, the base of yellow and green. The face is pink, in human form...
DESCRIPTION: A great early Hubbell design Ganado wool rug with hooked edges and crisp geometric designs in red, white and black on a grey ground, C. 1920. Very good condition, clean and flat. DIMENSIONS: 34" x 60"
Navajo Vintage Yei be Chei Pictorial Rug -Hand Woven Wool -c1920s
Size 36 x 58"
A beautiful piece that will add to your décor!
DESCRIPTION: A vibrant Mexican flat-weave wool carpet runner with blue background and five red and blue geometric medallions, c. 1950. From a Scarsdale, NY estate, good condition. DIMENSIONS: 150” long x 34” wide, plus fringe.
A hand carved wood totem pole on a round base, made for the tourist trade at mid-century, no signature, 7" high and 6 1/4" widest point on the wings, with original yellow sticker on the back from Indian Craft Shoppe, 905 Government Street, Victoria, British Columbia. There is a little chip off the tip of one wing, otherwise is in good condition.
American Ceramic bowl with chrome rim xx
A good and used Maroon stool, Ca. 1940’s-1950’s. Field collected in 1961 by the well-known Dutch antropologist André Köbben (1925-2019). L. 42 cm, W. 14 cm, h. 19 cm. Good condition with normal age wear, chips etc.
A small Paiute basket embellished with glass beads, showing geometric motifs. Condition: very good, inside old label residue. Dimension: diameter: c. 15 cm, 8.6 cm high.
Well carved in cedar, this Northwest Coast box measures 4 3/4" high x 4 3/8" wide and deep. In the tradition of Haida, Salish, Tsimshian, and other First Nation tribes of the Northwest Coast, the box is kerfed and hand carved with deep traditional designs that are abstracted and stylized. The cedar has a lovely sheen, also typical of the wood as it ages.
It is signed in pencil on the bottom, the name Wilson visible, with a name or initial above that is not clear...
A plains Cree Beaded Hide Pouch with hide suspensions with the pictorial elements of a bird, flowers and leaves.
Height: 13" including the fringe
Juan Gil Garcia (Cuban, 1879-1930) Landscape with Palms Oil on Canvas on board Signed, lower right "J. Gil Garcia ". Image 15 1/2 x 10 1/4 inches. Overall 19 x 14 inches
Peru Chavin quartz carved snail figure with traces of cinnabar, the figure shows pecking and grinding on the surface the close up pictures are from the bottom . Old Texas collection 1960s purchased 1990s Chip to base see images for condition Otherwise In Good Condition
The Figure has inlaid eyes and cinnabar staining throughout that has stained the surface through the pecking finish . The Figure shows pecking grinding and polishing to the surface. Old Texas collection 1960s purchased 1990s this sculpture has not been tested for authenticity . We bought a large collection of stone and had some authenticated by Frank Preusser formerly of the Getty though the quarts in the collection has and will not be tested sold asis . H approx 6"
A carved and painted wood model of a totem pole of the Tlingit, indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast of North America. Depecting a frog, a whale, a bear and a beaver, the back is inscribed in ink and the base is dated New York, U.S.A. June 1931. Dimensions: c. total 40.1 cm high, diameter stand: c. 7.5 cm. Condition: beautiful patina, few tiny chips and minimal wear, the base with little losses to bark.
Kwakiutl Wood mask, mid 19th century, Height 9 1/2" X Width 7 1/4", Provenance: Victor Justice Evans(1865-1931), Deaccessioned Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.