Sterling & Turquoise Native American Ying Yang style Ring 3 colors of turquoise stone Signed
Navajo Early Two Grey Hills Ca. 1890 Rug
Navaho Burnt Water Tapestry Rug Hand Woven
Nativity Yucca Frond Figures Taos NM Pueblo
Navajo Sterling Silver Bolo Tie
Navajo Sterling Silver Bolo tie, approximately. 2 oz. silver marked .925 fine and sign by the back. The Tie is set with Large cabs of Morencie Turquoise and tw...
Berber Rug made 1930 orange/brown color
Beautiful Art Deco made in 1930 in Morocco by the Berber Tribe
The warm color are chocolate brown and bright orange Natural color based with plant
Ivory Scrimshawd Carving of Hoti
Japanese Meiji or Early Taisho period Ivory scrimshawed carving of Hoti in Robes and signed on base by artist. Carved from the tip of an animal tusk, see plug ...
Zuni Sterling Silver Turquoise Red Coral by Running Bear Signed
Zuni Sterling Silver Turquoise Red Coral by Running Bear Signed . Vintage zuni ring signed turquoise & red coral . 4 natural turquoise stone and ...
Ivory Hand Carved Cube Netsuke
Meiji Period hand carved Ivory Cube Netsuke Signed by the Artist and most likely carved for a Tobacco Enro or Pouch. Cube does show some age cracking to the Iv...
Japanese Meiji period Enro with Ogimi and Netsuke
Meiji Period four section Enro with Ojimi and Netsuke. The Enro appears to be of Kiaki Wood and has superb gold floral pattern on both the front and wrapping ...
Indian Doll Fringed Leather Dress Beads
Beautiful Native American Doll, Fringed Leather native Dress, Beaded dress, headress, and moccasins. Measures 20 inches tall, and 8.5 inches wide. Head Piece...
Mexican Hand Painted Wood Concho Belt
Hand painted Mexican masonite squares, concho belt with leather lacing. Ca 1948/50, there are 6 conchos, each measuring 2.5 inches by 1.4 inches, interlaced wi...
Indian Beaded Purse Zuni New Mexico
Pretty little purse, black, hand woven cotton, white , yellow, and black jet beading. Ca. 1948/50. In near mint condition, no missing beads, or worn places, ...
Indian Pipe Stone Beads From Arizona
Old Pipe Stone Beads from Arizona, 27 beads ranging in size from .5 inches to 2 inches in length, strung on a red cord, the whole strand measures 15 inches. O...
Sioux Stike A Light Bag Antique Deer Skin
Very old Sioux Bag, brain tanned deer skin, old leather lacing. Has an old necklace but this is not as old as the bag, probably 1960's for this. (It has a bar...
Mexican Aztec Style Collar Faux Turquoise
Gaudy Aztec Collar, for a costume. Has Faux turquoise, plastic , and brass beads. This could be used for a Cleopatra Costume or an Aztec costume for a man or...
Navajo Nickle Silver Black Onyx Squash
Navajo nickle silver, and black onyx Spider Squash. Stainless steel beads. The necklace is 13 inches long, the naja is 3 inches by 3 inches, and the squash b...
Navajo Bracelet Ring Minnesota Pipe Stone
Huge Minnesota Pipe Stone bracelet and ring. Sterling Silver, with 3 large pieces of the pipe stone, in the bracelet and one really big piece in the ring. ...
Navajo Necklace Minnesota Pipestone Earrings
Beautiful Minnesota Pipe stone Navajo Necklace, and earrings. Ca. 1968/70, in mint condition. Minnesota Pipe stone is no more, so this is a find. The neckla...
Navajo Morenci Nugget Necklace Nickle Silver
Morenci Nugget necklace, Navajo made, The necklace is nickle silver, but the Morenci nuggets are rare. The necklace measures 8.5 inches long, and the squashes...
Navajo Necklace Earrings Sterling Silver
Navajo necklace, and earrings, sterling Silver, some kind of picture rock called Big Diggins . I don't know what it is or where it came from. Ca 1970's, bea...
Indian Pipe Bag Blackfoot Beaded Calf Skin
Beaded Blackfoot Indian Pipe Bag, Bought at auction on The Flathead Reservation, Glass Beads, 16 inches long including fringe, 7 inches wide. I did not go to t...
Japenese Meiji Period Enrowith Ojimi and Netsuke
Japanese Meiji period hand carved nut Enro with Ojimi and triple Acorn hand crafted wooden Netsuke which shows an age crack. The hand crafted lid also shows an...
Japanese Meiji period Enro with Ojimi and Netsuke
Meiji Period woven Bamboo Enro with Ojime and Hand carved and signed Ivory Netsuke of Japanese man. This style of Enro was most likely used for tobacco. Circa ...
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