Lovely pottery vase looks just like Niolak or Desert Sands pottery. Vase has a nice shape and is almost 9" tall. There is no mark or sticker. Very heavy clay, beautiful swirls and glaze. Pristine condition. Regardless of maker, this is a quality piece of pottery. I tried to capture all aspects of detail in the photos. If more photos are needed, feel free to ask.
This is from the 1940's. It is from a boy scouts uniform. It is all hand beaded and sewn on leather to wear on the uniform. This is just too awesome for words. Fringed beaded bottom. Excellent condition.
This is a pair of eskimo faces made of a type of what looks to be a type of composition or plaster casting. They are hand painted and very realistic looking. The faces are framed with real caribou fur. They really are awesome. They have a cardboard backing. Overall, each face is about 9" tall. The paint is excellent. They are very beautiful and lifelike.
This is unmarked but made of a brown composition material similar to the Syrocco products. One side is an ashtray with a plain glass insert, the other a cigarette box with an American Indian design cover. The cover shows an Indian in full headress, highlighted with green and black. Above his head are crossed tomahawks and feathers and below a drum, feathers and crossed peace pipes. A very attractive piece.