A set of Fred Harvey silver coffee pot and creamer. Early-mid twentieth century. The coffee pot has an embossed sunburst design on the side, and a working hinged lid. Each item is engraved on the bottom: the coffee pot reads, "Fred Harvey; International Silver Co.; 09-01; 48 oz; 71 [boxed in]", the creamer reads, "International Silver Co.; Fred Harvey; 89 004 1 08; 74 [boxed in]". Very Good condition with minor dings...
A silver Fred Harvey creamer with hinged lid. Early-mid twentieth century. The bottom engraving reads, "Fred Harvey; GM Co. [anchor pictured] EP; 06583; 9 oz; 1 [pictured on the left, and a sword(?) to the right]". Excellent Condition. 4 5/8" tall (lid closed), 1 5/8" diameter (at opening), 3" diameter (at bottom).
A Fred Harvey book, "Story of the Grand Canyon of Arizona, A popular illustrated account of its rocks and origin", by N.H. Darton, Geologist, U.S. Geological survey. Eleventh edition, 1929. Paperback. Good Condition with minor soiling. 7 3/4" x 5 3/8".
A Fred Harvey booklet of postcards, "Arizona and the Grand Canyon". Early-mid twentieth century. 9 cards with pictures printed on front and back, totaling 18 images, including views of the Grand Canyon, famous hotels, bridges, landscapes, and various Native American scenes. Pictured here in the enlargements are: A Navajo Silversmith, Arizona; Navajo Weaver and family, Arizona; Hopi Snake Dance, Arizona. Minor fading on the cover, interior cards are in excellent condition. 6 1/8" x 4 1/8".
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Handiwork : Pre 1900 item #1029312 (stock #213)
Rare Kiowa belt with 10 German silver conchos on a harness leather strip with buckskin tie suspensions and rectangular cutouts on each end of the leather strip. Belt is 34" long x 3" wide. Conchos are 2 7/8" in diameter. One Concho has different design elements from the other 9. Most likely a man's belt. Circa 1900.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Handiwork : Pre 1900 item #1085347 (stock #215)
Circa 1880. Extremely rare beaded Apache necklace. Made from a rifle shell to hold contraband, including, but not limited to, bullets on the reservation. Provenance: Obtained at Fort Sill from an Apache Indian Agent in the early 1900s. Descended in the family of James Crawford, Oklahoma Territory. Anadarko, OK.
A Rare straw applique Spanish Colonial box circa 1870-1880. Featuring pictorial Mayan Temples. Very few boxes exist that have architectural elements. Excellent Condition with minor wood/straw loss. 14 3/16" long, 7 1/8" wide, 6 7/8" tall.
A New Mexican straw-overlay black-stained pine document box circa 1850. Provenance: Al Luckett Collection, sold at Sotheby's "American Furniture and Decorative Arts from Spain's Northern Colonial Frontier", New York, Thursday January 15, 1998, Lot No. 39. Extremely Fine Condition considering the age. 16 1/8" long, 10 3/8" wide, 7 1/4" high.
New Mexican retablo depicting the saint of children from the late 19th century. On a wood panel. Very Good Condition with crackling and minor paint loss consistent with age. 3 7/16" Wide x 4 7/8" Tall.
Retablo from New Mexico, circa 1860-1870. On a wood panel. Condition is good for age, with some paint and wood loss. 5 1/4" Wide x 8" Tall.
An unusual tin sconce from the 19th century. Provenance: Nancy Hunter Warren, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Excellent Condition. 4 9/16" Wide (at middle); 8 1/16" Wide (at cross); 9 5/8" Tall; 2 3/8" Deep.
A New Mexican punched tin sconce circa 1880-1890. New Mexican sconces are rare, due to most of them being thrown out when their practical use became obsolete. Condition Good, for the age. 3 1/2" Wide x 10 7/8" Tall x 3 3/4" Deep.
A New Mexican tin retablo by the Valencia Red & Green Tinsmith circa 1880-1890. Provenance: Nancy Hunter Warren, photographer & author; Santa Fe, New Mexico. Condition Very Good with a cracked glass (can be replaced). 9 1/8" Diameter; Image: 3" Wide x 4 3/8" Tall.
A New Mexican stamped tin retablo from the late 19th century, with a new mirror replacement. Very Good Condition. Tin Frame: 14" T x 12" W; At tallest point: 17 1/2" T; Mirror: 9 3/4" T x 7 3/4" W.
A small New Mexican tin box with stamped designs, circa 1900. Remnants of applied paint. Good Condition. 6" W x 3"-3 1/8" T x 4" D.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Handiwork : Pre 1920 item #839263 (stock #633307)
Alan Kessler Gallery
c.1930-1940 female palmetto Seminole doll. 15" h. Excellent condition. Large blue glass beads around the neck, beaded hair. Very minor fabric loss on cape, otherwise excellent condition. $745.00
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Handiwork : Pre 1920 item #839270 (stock #633308)
Alan Kessler Gallery
c.1930-40 Seminole palmetto female doll with hands. 12" h. Glass beads around the neck, yarn hair, embroidered facial features, embroidered white ears, beads in back of head. Some palmetto loss, some minor staining within material, wide bands of fabric. Ruffled at skirt waist. Some separation of palmetto at base. $295.00
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Handiwork : Pre 1910 item #1122566 (stock #633309)
This a rare doll from the Southeast, circa 1900. Made of wood, with articulated arms, legs, & knees held with nails, buckskin breechclout, tobacco hair, glass bead necklace, and pigment. Very Good Condition. A rare find. 15" tall.