This amazing pouch was made by Native Americans, most likely the Iroquois. The front of the pouch is made of a tan, heavy cotton material, with brown and green beads applied in a floral design. All of the beadwork is hand stitched and original. The back of the pouch is a pink satin type material. Hand stitching connects the front to the back. The pouch still contains the original papoose. "1909" is beaded on the bottom of the pouch, leading me to believe it may have originally been sold as ... Click for details
This beautiful native American wedding vase is soft mauve with black and white with a matte pottery finish. A piece pipe and feather's, decorations. White feather has a relief to the paint. Measures over 7" tall and is very heavy. Hand written signature on the bottom reads Little Violet 36. I'm not an authority but think this may be Sioux or Lakota. Please inform me if I am wrong. Information on it will be appreciated. Th feather designs are around the entire vase. Email me if you need more pic... Click for details
These old chalk busts are very nice. Not perfect but nice! There are small flecks of paint missing here and there. But, there are no chips or cracks. Boy and girl Native American Indian each beat a different drum. Measures just over 7" tall. Hook is cast into the chalk mold of each one, and they are ready to hang.
This offering is a finely made basket, I believe it is Papago. It has a unique star shaped rim woven into place at five points. No noticable damage, but does show its age. Maximum width including the rim is just under 15cm, not including the rim it is 12cm. A basket with character.