All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pre 1950 item #565082 (stock #ZMisc 100)
Made from palm fronds, this male seminole indian doll is from the late 1940's. He is wearing the traditional costume and excellant condition except that he is missing his traditional hat. He is 7.5 inches tall with an adorable face and black short hair.
All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Americas : South American : Pre 1910 item #1014168 (stock #ZMisc152)
Mate is a traditional South American infused drink prepared from steeping dried leaves of yerba mate. This traditional antique tea straw or more accurately, mate straw is called a Bombilla. Both the straw and its matching mate container were made by the Industria Mamboreta of Argentina. The mate container is a gourd decorated with a hammered silver bottom and a wide silver rim. The silver has a deeply etched floral design with highlighted gold tones at the center of the flowers...
All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pre 1960 item #852792 (stock #ZMisc136)
This charming doll is wonderfully detailed. She is all cloth with embroidered face features, beaded necklace and matching headband and thread hair. She is wearing a long under slip. Her dress is has multiple layers of gathered bands of fabric, and is topped with a full length apron which ties in the back.
Held in a private collection for the past 20+ years, she is in excellent condition and stands over 15" high.