Native American Beadwork Piece A683

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  Beautiful, colorful and strong Native American floral beadwork piece  15" w x 9 1/2" high framed. Gorgeous example of this type of beadwork. From the tradition of the Metis women from the Great Lakes and Red River area of Manitoba. These women sewed moccasins, tobacco pouches, saddles, gloves and clothes decorated with bright colorful beads and ...

The Golden California Show October 12th, 13th at the Glendale Civic Auditorium

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Its that time of year again for the fabulous Golden California Show held annually at the Glendale Civic Auditorium October 12th 10 am - 6 pm and October 13th 10- 4pm. We have reserved some very special pieces for the show this year and I know our vendors have too. Below you will find some ...

Navajo Silver Belt Buckle Signed Oscar Alexius A574

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A wonderful Native American silver belt buckle signed by a well listed artist, Oscar Alexius. Oscar Alexius has won several awards at the prestigious Gallup Ceremonial competitions over the years. He spent the first part of his career working as a benchsmith for a Gallup trading company before striking out on his own although he occasionally ...

Hernando Gonzalo Villa Oil on Canvas Indians on Lone Butte, Santa Fe Poster original ? P712

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Hernando Gonzallo Villa Oil on Canvas Indians on Butte Sante Fe Poster. A unique oil on canvas By Villa of Indians on Lone butte over looking a Valley the at sunset. Beautiful sky and texture. Signed and copyrighted in the lower left corner which is Indicative of his work for the Santa Fe and Southern Pacific ...

Pecos Bill’s Story by James Cloyd Bowman 1937 Book A561

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Pecos Bill is an American cowboy, apocryphally immortalized in numerous tall tales of the Old West during American westward expansion into the Southwest ofTexas, New Mexico, Southern California, and Arizona. Their stories were probably invented as short stories and a book by Edward S. O'Reilly in the early 20th Century and are considered to be an example of fakelore. Pecos Bill was a late addition to the "big man" idea of characters, such as Paul ...

Edwin Corle (1906 – 1956) “People on the Earth” Book A558

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Edwin Corle (1906 – 1956) was an American writer. "People on the Earth" He was born in Wildwood, New Jersey and educated at the University of California, Berkeley, where he received his A.B. in 1928. For the next two years he was a graduate student at Yale University. In 1932 he married Helen Freeman in Ensenada, Mexico. He served in World War II, and in 1944 married Jean ...

Papago (Tohono O’odham) Gathering Basket A545

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A wonderful Papago (Tohono O’odham). Geometric design gathering basket in good condition. Basket measures 6″ tall x 12″ diameter. The Tohono O’odham are a group of Native American people who reside primarily in the Sonoran Desert of the southeastern Arizona and northwest Mexico. “Tohono O’odham” means “Desert People.” Although they were previously known as the Papago, they have largely rejected this name (meaning literally “tepary-bean eater”), which was ...

Zuni Pottery Dough Bowl A527

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Believed to be a Zuni dough bowl. Bowl measures 4' x 7" diameter. Small chip on rim. Zuni Pueblo is approximately 40 miles south of Gallup, New Mexico. The Zuni call themselves "A'shiwi" and their language is spoken nowhere else in the world. Zuni pottery is made from their local clay, which is grayish to pink. ...

Santo Domingo Dough Bowl A526

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Santo Domingo Dough Bowl measures 4" tall x 8" diameter. Bowl has a museum repair: Shown in photos. Santo Domingo Pueblo is reputed to be one of the most unchanged Pueblo cultures since the arrival of Spanish explorers. Indeed, European influence is as little evident in minimalistic stone-slab and Heishi Santo Domingo Pueblo jewelry as in its traditional ...

Zia Pottery Olla with Zia Bird A525

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Zia Pottery vessel depicting the Zia Bird. Olla measures 7" tall x 6" diameter. The Zia Pueblo boasts fewer than 700 residents, but its fame doesn’t come from its size, but rather its symbol—the Zia sun symbol, adopted as the official state insignia of New Mexico in 1920. Like the symbol of the pueblo, the pottery ...

Santo Domingo Olla A524

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Santo Domingo Olla. Olla has chip on rim. Olla measures 8" tall x 8" diameter. Santo Domingo Pueblo is reputed to be one of the most unchanged Pueblo cultures since the arrival of Spanish explorers. Indeed, European influence is as little evident in minimalistic stone-slab and Heishi Santo Domingo Pueblo jewelry as in its traditional pottery. Unique Techniques In comparison to ...

Papago (Tohono O’odham) Figural Basket A523

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A wonderful Papago (Tohono O’odham) Figural Basket in amazing condition. Basket measures 9" tall x 15" diameter. The Tohono O’odham are a group of Native American people who reside primarily in theSonoran Desert of the southeastern Arizona and northwest Mexico. “Tohono O’odham” means “Desert People.” Although they were previously known as the Papago, they have largely rejected this name (meaning literally “tepary-bean eater”), which was applied ...