A Pacific Coast area item, rare in it appearance. It is a Taino Pestle made/carved from "Caliche". It is approx 3 1/2 inches long x 1 3/4 at the base. Looks to have a cat or other creature and tribal marks of dots streaming down. The bowl, with similar markings is approx 9 x 3 1/4 inches. There is a small 3/4 x 1/4 inch chip missing at the rim.
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A very nice Inuit stone carving of baby and cradle. Item is approx. 6 inches long x 2 1/2 wide.
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The mola with appliqué technique and embroidery. In a 70's frame. Condition: the mola very good,the frame a bit crooked. Dimensions: the mola ca. 41 x 38 cm, the frame 62 x 60 cm.
Navajo Fred Harvey style bracelet with a Cerrillos turquoise stone. Geometric and Arrow Stamps on the silver band.
ca. 1930-40, 1 1/4" width at the widest point, 1 1/4" space in the back, 1/2" Silver Band
Silver stamped with circles, alternating with a different stamp. Sixty turquoise stones.
ca. 1930-40, 1 3/8" width, 1 1/8" opening at the back
Silver ring with cast single shank. Sterling silver.
ca. 1940-1950, Size 7 1/2-8
Men's Navajo ring. Coin silver. Letters 'D' AND 'J' engraved in the space at the back.
ca. 1930-1940, size 7 1/2-8
Navajo sterling silver and turquoise ring
ca. 1940-1950, Size 6 1/2
Navajo solid single shank ring set in a silver bezel with floral engraved sides
ca. 1930-1940, Size 7
Zuni cluster ring with 17 turquoise stones set in a silver mounting.
ca. 1930-1940, Size 8-8 1/2
Navajo ring with green turquoise stone. Coin silver.
Ca. 1940-1950, Size 7
Zuni silver bracelet containing 40 turquoise stones.
2 1/8" at the widest point, 1 1/4" open space in the back
DESCRIPTION: From the Amazon rainforest of Peru, the Shipibo-Conibo are an indigenous tribe known for their distinctive pottery and textiles. Their unique, intricate geometric designs are sophisticated interpretations of their cosmic beliefs that the jungle rivers follow the same course as the stars...
Navajo stamped coin silver bracelet. In an excellent condition.
1 1/2" the space in the back, 1" width, c.1930
Sterling silver. Rocker engraved flowers and leaves. The central panel rocker engraved with the words "Honest Injun"
1 1/2" space in the back, 1 1/4" width, c. 1930-40
Snakes on the top and bottom row. c. 1930
1" space in the back, 1 1/2" width
The male doll has wood arms and is standing on a carved wood base. This is an extremely large wood pair.
c. 1930-1940, male doll 15 5/8" height, female doll 14" height
1920-1940s Later Commercial Carved/Dressed Doll (Fabric must be old)
After the Seminole villages opened, more of the carved/dressed wooden dolls would have been sold. The female doll would be carved all in one piece with a cylindrical body with small-attached moveable arms or no arms. The detailed doll is carved and painted with great care. Rare female doll has carved legs and breasts...