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Lot 1
Edward Curtis (American, 1868-1952) Photogravure Qa'hila - Koprino

from The North American Indian; v. 10; plate 331 (image) 15 x 11.25 in.; (framed) 26.5 x 22.25 in. 1914

Lot 15
Dolly Spencer (Inuit, 1930-2005) Attributed Doll

carved birch face with painted details; doll wears rabbit fur parka with seal fur mittens and mukluks, height 14 in. third quarter 20th century

Lot 16
Eskimo Doll

finely executed with carved wooden face detailed with inked eyes and chin tattoos; doll wears a rabbit fur parka and seal fur and walrus skin mukluks; doll holds a walrus skin basket; accession number inked on foot, height 12.5 in. early 20th century

Lot 21
Tlingit Carved Souvenir Signed Paddles from the S.S. Queen

a pair of carved paddles signed on both sides by the passengers and crew of the S.S. Queen; Captain Charles Carrole (1840-1912) was the first to take a ship through the Wrangell Narrows, lengths 19.5 in. July 1896 Video: S.S. Queen leaving dock.

Lot 23
Tlingit Figural Halibut Hook

composed of two pieces; one side hollowed and carved with the face of a man situated on the underside of a fish; opposite with iron hook wrapped with cotton twine, length 11.5 in. x width 5 in. late 19th century

Lot 34
Northern California and Fraser River Imbricated Basket

lot of 2, includes a Northern California bowl designed with stepped triangular elements, height 4.5 in. x diameter 6 in.; AND a Fraser River imbricated basket, height 8.25 in x diameter 10 in. early 20th century

Lot 46
Pomo Baskets

lot of 2, both of single-rod construction, includes one with lower portion constructed with straight walls which quickly flair outward, height 4 in. x diameter 9.75 in.; AND another with rounded walls and designed using stacked arrows in alternating directions, height 2.75 in. x diameter 6 in. early 20th century

Lot 51
Washo Basket

finely woven with a bat designed encircling body, height 5.5 in. x diameter 11.5 in. first quarter 20th century

Lot 61
California Cahuilla Mission Figural Basket

with four spread-winged eagles decorating walls of basket; height 4 in. x diameter 10.25 in. early 20th century

Lot 83
Apache Figural Basket

with slightly flared walls and embellished with five dogs and four chickens; old label in interior, 7. Apache / Black Horses/ Bought - Phoenix Arizona, height 7.5 in. x diameter 11.25 in. early 20th century

Lot 84
Apache Figural Basket

decorated with 18 horses and checkered bands; old label on base, 6: Apache/ Horse & Ramona Star, height 5.25 in. x diameter 16.5 in. ca 1900

Lot 87
San Carlos Apache Polychrome Tray

with checkered fans radiating from central flower, height 4 in. x diameter 15.25 in. first quarter 20th century

Lot 93
Western Apache Polychrome Olla

tear-drop form and designed with red and black conjoining diamonds; various geometric forms fill negative space, height 15 in. x diameter 13.25 in.

Lot 101
Fanny Polacca Nampeyo (Hopi, 1900-1987) Jar

elegant form with slightly fluted rim; painted with four direction eagle tail motif; signed on base, height 3.5 in. x diameter 5 in. mid-20th century

Lot 105
Thomas Polacca (Hopi, 1935-2003) Carved Polycrome Jar

spherical jar deeply carved with imagery of pueblos doubling as katsinas; signed on base, height 6.75 in. x diameter 8.25 in. fourth quarter 20th century

Lot 107
Eunice Navasie, Fawn (Hopi, 1920-1992) Bowl and Vase

lot of 2, includes a vase with a wide body which quickly restricts to form an attenuated neck with flared rim; shoulder painted with traditional geometric designs; signed on base, height 4 in. x diameter 5 in.; PLUS an bowl with sloped sides and flat shoulder; painted with a four directional eagle tail motif; signed on base, height 3 in. x diameter 6 in. third quarter 20th century

Lot 114
Margaret Tafoya (Santa Clara, 1904-2001) Carved Blackware Jar

formed with a globular base constricting to a narrow cylindrical neck; neck further embellished with thickly carved geometric and curvilinear devices; signed on base, height 13.25 in. x diameter 8.5 in. mid-20th century

Lot 120
Roxanne Swentzell (Santa Clara, 1962- ) Clay Sculpture

Pouring seated figure voraciously drinks from a bowl, but misses her mouth; bowl is a separate piece signed on backside overall length 28 in. x width 13.25 in. Artist Statement: During the summer months in New Mexico it can get pretty hot, and just before Santa Fe Indian Market, it can get pretty hot in a whole different way. For many years now, this time of year is extremely hectic, trying to get ready for the market shows, having ou...

Lot 133
Juanita Gonzales (San Ildefonso, 1909-1988) Blackware Jars

lot of 2, both with a gunmetal finish and signed Juanita Wo-Peen, includes one with Avanyu carved along shoulder, height 6 in. x diameter 8.5 in.; AND a deep bowl with two solitary wing symbols, height 3.75 in. x diameter 8.75 in. third quarter 20th century

Lot 134
Juanita Gonzales (San Ildefonso, 1909-1988) Blackware Jars

lot of 2, both with gunmetal finish and signed Juanita Wo-Peen, includes one with a shoulder decorated with carved geometrics, height 5.5 in. x diameter 9 in.; AND another elegant bowl with classic form, height 4.25 in. x diameter 8.5 in. third quarter 20th century

Lot 135
Crucita Calabaza, Blue Corn (San Ildefonso, 1920-1999) Jars

lot of 2, includes one with a repeating feather design; signed on base, height 3.25 in. x diameter 4 in.; AND another designed with stylized tail feathers and linear devices; signed on base, height 2.5 in. x diameter 3.75 in. third quarter 20th century

Lot 146
Acoma Jars

lot of 3; includes a jar painted with diamond medallions and split leaves filled with various geometric components, height 7.25 in. x diameter 10 in.; PLUS a globular jar with two slightly flared& spouts; fully painted with an assortment of hooks and triangles, height 7.5 in. x diameter 8 in.; AND a smaller jar with open leaves and a zigzagging band, height 3.75 in. x diameter 6.25 in. second quarter 20th century

Lot 147
Acoma Piecrust Rim Jar

substantial size with bold designs created using solid colored blocks and hatched triangles; pie crust rim, height 10 in. x diameter 12.25 in. first quarter 20th century

Lot 150
Juana Leno (Acoma, 1917-2003) Wedding Vase Deaccessioned from a Midwestern Museum

large vase created with a globular body, slightly flared spouts, and twisted handle; vase is further embellished with a heartline "deer in his house"; signed on base, height 11.5 in. x diameter 8.75 in. third quarter 20th century

Lot 185
Navajo "Rug Within Rug" Weaving

hand-spun wool woven; central image of a red weaving surrounded by a variety of geometric shapes in a wide gray border, 75.75 x 41.5 in. second quarter 20th century

Lot 196
Linda Nez (Navajo, 20th century) Teec Nos Pos Weaving / Rug

finely woven with bright colors of reds, blues, greens, and browns; tuning fork border with central field filled with a variety of geometric components, 73 x 47.5 in. third quarter 20th century

Lot 199
Navajo Packets of Wool Dye

lot of 38, each packet with detailed instructions for wool dying, includes five packets of "dark green" and four packets of "yellow" from the Kimball-Gallup Co.; PLUS four packets of "navy blue", nine packets of "dark green", eight packets of "purple", and eight packets of "crimson" manufactured by W. Cushing & Co. 20th century

Lot 215
Navajo Squash Blossom Necklace with Baroque Coral

length 24.5 in. fourth quarter 20th century

Lot 217
Benjamin and Shirley Tzuni (Zuni, 20th century) Necklace and Earrings

lot of 3, includes a necklace consisting of three large disks, each with a delicate geometric inlay of turquoise, jet, and coral center disk with five dangles tipped with jet, marked Benji-Shirly Tzuni and sterling , length 28 in. x diameter 2.5 in. AND a signed, matching pair of post earrings, diameter 1.25 in. mid-20th century Tzuni is listed in Barton Wright's book on hallmarks on page 138.

Lot 218
Navajo Turquoise Needlepoint Squash Blossom Necklace

with 27 turquoise sets per blossom adding up to 270 "needles"; 82 turquoise stones on naja; marked F.M. Begay, length 30 in. fourth quarter 20th century

Lot 221
Tommy Singer (Navajo, 1940-2014) Chip Inlay Earrings and Ronnie Hurley (Navajo, 20th century) Bracelet

lot of 3, includes a pair of chip inlay screw-back earrings with hallmark and marked S length 1.75 in.; AND a bracelet signed with RH plus part of the hallmark for the Navajo Arts & Crafts Enterprises, inside length 5.5 in., width 1.5 in., gap 1 in.  ca 1970

Lot 228
Navajo and Zuni Silver and Turquoise Earrings

lot of 8 / four pairs, includes a screw-back pair of Zuni earrings with fine turquoise needlepoint and loops of silver, length 2 in.; PLUS another pair of Zuni earrings with turquoise cluster work and small blossoms hanging from each cluster, length 1.5 in.; PLUS a pair of Navajo hoops with five turquoises on each hoop, diameter 1.75 in.; AND the last, possibly Zuni, with bands of silver set with small dots of turquoises, length w/ dangles, 3 in....

Lot 240
Ernest Roy Begay (Navajo, 20th century) Open-Work Sterling Concha Belt

five conchas and six butterflies with turquoise and stamping on each; buckle stamped sterling and initials ERB, concha length 3 in., butterfly height 2.25 in. fourth quarter 20th century

Lot 241
Navajo Silver Concha Belt

ten conchas with a matching buckle, marked sterling; each concha with a domed plain center surrounded by bold stamping, concha width 2.25 in. x belt length 36 in. fourth quarter 20th century

Lot 242
Navajo Concha Belt

crafted in a traditional style with eight conchas and matching buckle; marked sterling and AG; set with single turquoise stone, concha length 2.75 in.; buckle length 3.25 in. fourth quarter 20th century

Lot 247
Edward Curtis (American, 1868-1952) Signed Platinum Photograph Sigesh

from The North American Indian, v.1 plate 6 blindstamp lower left, signed lower right (sight) 15.5 x 7.5 in.; (framed) 29.25 x 20.25 in.

Lot 248
Edward Curtis (American, 1868-1952) Photogravure Feast Day at Acoma

from The North American Indian, v.16, plate 565 (image) 11.25 x 15.25 in.; (framed) 26.75 x 30.75 in. 1926

Lot 249
Edward Curtis (American, 1868-1952) Photogravure North Pueblo Taos

from The North American Indian, v.16, plate 546 (image) 11.25 x 15.25 in.; (framed) 26.75 x 30.75 in. 1925

Lot 265
Nocturnal Landscape, Oil on Canvas

nocturnal landscape with river unsigned (sight) 11.5 x 17.5 in.

Lot 268
Charles Marion Russell (American, 1852-1910), Bronze

squatting man signed on base length 7.5 in.; height 4.5 in.

Lot 272
Joe Beeler (American, 1931-2006), Bronze

standing man signed and numbered to base length 6.25 in.; height 10.75 in.

Lot 285
Joseph Adam Imhof (American, 1871-1955) Graphite on Paper

Governor of Taos unsigned, plaque with artist's name to frame (sight) 24.5 x 17 in. ca 1930

Lot 316
John Young Hunter (American, 1874-1955) Oil on Board

western landscape signed l.r. (sight) 22.25 x 34.25 in.

Lot 329
Byron B. Wolfe (American, 1904-1973), Oil on Board

Sioux Moving Camp signed and dated lower left (sight) 10 x 14.5 in. 1972

Lot 333
Ned Jacob (American, b. 1938), Oil on Board

Buffaloes signed and dated lower right (sight) 9.5 x 13.5 in. 1978

Lot 340
Mark Ogle (American, b. 1952), Oil on Board

Good Company signed lower right, titled and dated on verso (sight) 15 x 29.5 in.  1985

Lot 349
Martha Pettigrew (American, 20th century) Bronze

Apache drummer signed, numbered 32/35, and dated towards base height 10 in. 1995

Lot 395
Mesquakie Beaded Charm Bag

thread-sewn and loom-beaded on red cotton using glass bead colors of red white-heart, dark blue, cobalt, white, pea green, and greasy yellow; backside designed with nested diamonds offset by radiating lines while front depicts the mythical water panther; wrapped cotton opening, length 2.75 in. x width 4 in. mid-19th century

Lot 4
A Kangxi Period Blue and White Bowl and Cover

Chinese, Kangxi period.  An underglaze blue decorated bowl, figured handles, with matching cover with finial.  Unmarked, but with early label to underside; ht. 6 in.

Lot 5
Small Blue and White Ming Dynasty Jar

Chinese, Ming Dynasty.  An underglaze blue jar, four-character mark to underside; ht. 4.5 in.

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