Lot 18    

Eskimo Model Kayak,
2005, American Indian Auction / Mar 10-11
sinew-sewn seal skin, stretched over wooden frame, with walrus ivory at both prows and ivory rigging, 23" long. Inked museum accession number 541.116.1 on underside.

Condition:  
One split in skin near prowl, VG-.
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Hopi Katsina,
Lot # 111 - Hopi Katsina,
hand-carved with red ears, tube mouth, and black and white checked band around head, height 6". > Item Details
Cree Hide Moccasins,
Lot # 602 - Cree Hide Moccasins,
lot of 2. Includes a pair of simple, thread-sewn moose hide moccasins, long hide ties, length 10.75"; AND a pair of thread-sewn hide moccasins with green and red yarn outlining vamps, long hide ties, length 9". > Item Details
American Plains Lance Head
Lot # 221 - American Plains Lance Head
wrought steel blade typical of those used in Eastern Woodlands gunstock war clubs (see Peterson 1971, fig. 21), with 6.4" long triangular blade with rectangular notches where tang would enter wood haft/ shaft, tang is 3.1", total length 9.5". Ms note reads Plains Indian Spear Pt. Found in N. Dakota... > Item Details
Western Apache Olla
Lot # 428 - Western Apache Olla
ca 1920. Finely coiled willow storage basket with numerous devil's claw images -- eighteen horses and eighteen rain clouds, height 17.75" x diameter 11.5". Clouds centered in crosses and diamonds. > Item Details
Sioux Beaded Pipe Stem with Catlinite Bowl,
Lot # 686 - Sioux Beaded Pipe Stem with Catlinite Bowl,
carved wooden stem with beveled edges, portion with white, red white heart, green, and cobalt beadwork wrapped on cotton, length 18.5". "T-form" bowl with carved grooves around ends, length 7.5" x height 4.25". > Item Details
Cree Beaded Hide Knife Sheath and Bone Handled Knife,
Lot # 385 - Cree Beaded Hide Knife Sheath and Bone Handled Knife,
thread-sewn with curvilinear beadwork in colors of faceted red, blue, pink, yellow, and metal and round opalescent and white seed beads. Sheath augmented with salvaged loom-woven quill worked bands of green, orange, purple, and white. Opening edged with red wool, long fringe along sides and cuff, ... > Item Details
Ute
Lot # 422 - Ute "U-Shaped" Beaded Hide Cradleboard,
beadwork in rose, green, cobalt, and blue with brass marcasite accents. Beadwork follows contour of board. A reed awning, twined with grocery string to four pieces of heavy-duty wire, shades the infant from sun. Hide cover attached to wooden board with brass upholstery tacks, height 40". > Item Details
Maricopa Figural Vase,
Lot # 89 - Maricopa Figural Vase,
black-on-burnished red. A double-sided figure depicting a long-faced woman with lines on her cheeks and chin, perky breasts, and beaded hoop earrings, height 5.25" x width 3.5". > Item Details
Navajo Regional Weaving,
Lot # 136 - Navajo Regional Weaving,
woven in natural brown, gray, and aniline red and orange wool. With two barbell crosses separated by four orange squares, length 61.5" x width 42". > Item Details
Kiowa Painted Rawhide Hand Drum with Four-Directional Star,
Lot # 228 - Kiowa Painted Rawhide Hand Drum with Four-Directional Star,
of rawhide with single head and painted with one red star with blue center, diameter 14.25". Rawhide laced over wooden frame. > Item Details
Sioux Child's Beaded Knife Sheath with Knife,
Lot # 676 - Sioux Child's Beaded Knife Sheath with Knife,
sinew-sewn hide with beadwork depicting a knife in colors of cobalt, red, and pea green against a white ground, with single knotted fringe with blue bead, length with fringe 6"; AND a wonderful reuse of a single edged jackknife blade with bar type guard and bone grip blade length 2.8", total length ... > Item Details
<i>Onigum 1923</i> by WPA Artist Glen Allison Ranney,
Lot # 334 - Onigum 1923 by WPA Artist Glen Allison Ranney,
(1896 - 1959), oil on canvas, signed and dated in upper right. This haunting and stark portrait of an Ojibwa man illustrates the cultural transition of life on the plains to life on the reservation, length (w/ frame) 23" x width 20". Onigum, Minnesota was home to the first Indian agency establishe... > Item Details
Alaskan Basket,
Lot # 3 - Alaskan Basket,
soft, open-twined bag with red and gray-green wool yarn elements decorating body, height 5.5" x diameter approximately 8.5". Basket retains original label. > Item Details
Apache Man's High-top Moccasins,
Lot # 565 - Apache Man's High-top Moccasins,
ca 1890, thread and sinew-sewn hide with lanes of beadwork in blue, black, white and clear. Three lanes and a zigzag radiate from an encircled cross on front, traces of red ochre on hide, approximate height 15" x length 10.25". > Item Details
Blackfoot Beaded Martingale,
Lot # 731 - Blackfoot Beaded Martingale,
thread-sewn and beaded on red wool with bursting floral design in colors of greasy yellow, cobalt, faceted brass, translucent dark and light green, pink, light blue, and white seed beads. Backed with canvas, wooden sticks sewn in at ends, amber and light blue cane bead fringe with large round beads... > Item Details
Sioux Beaded Hide Moccasins,
Lot # 190 - Sioux Beaded Hide Moccasins,
sinew-sewn with checkerboard beadwork in colors of cobalt, green, and white, length 10.5". > Item Details
Hopi Katsina,
Lot # 520 - Hopi Katsina,
with blossom ear, tube mouth, and green ruff. Eyes surrounded with squares, one painted a pale orange, height 9". > Item Details
Iroquois Whimsies and Wall Pockets,
Lot # 288 - Iroquois Whimsies and Wall Pockets,
lot of 5, includes an elegant green satin lined scissors case with beadwork in clear, green, rose, blue, and amber, augmented with sequence, green ribbon handle, length 8" x width 4.5"; PLUS a matchstick holder with clear beadwork forming two birds perched on branches, length 7.5" x width 4.5"; PLUS... > Item Details
Northern Plains Bone and Elk Tooth Necklace,
Lot # 214 - Northern Plains Bone and Elk Tooth Necklace,
necklace strung on leather with sixteen long bone beads and numerous disc spacers from which hang two highly-prized elk teeth, length 26.5". > Item Details
Unique Navajo Transitional Weaving,
Lot # 546 - Unique Navajo Transitional Weaving,
soft hand-spun wool woven with an unusual pallet of pale pink, beige, orange, and navy against a pale green ground. Solid bands separate rows of outlined rectangles, stepped terraces, and triangles, four corner ties, length 77 x width 55.5". > Item Details
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