Vintage clay pot is native American. Measures almost 3" tall.There is a stamp on the bottom that is worn almost entirely away. It looks like it says Pueblo. The paint is worn and faded on this old piece but there are no chips or cracks. Diameter is about 3 1/2" .
These vintage sterling silver earrings have a nice Southwestern Indian design and a center turquoise stone. Oval shape measures 7/8" x 1 1/4". Marked TK Sterling. Very nice.
Very old bisque figurine measures just 2 3/4" tall and is stamped JAPAN into the mold. Most of his paint is gone but there are no chips or cracks. Detailed features.
vintage skookum baby doll on a cradleboard. This was originaly a mailer.Measures 4" tall, made of composition and has a real blanket and tied with a rawhide tie.Very good condition with the exception of a paint chip on the nose. The mailing tag is gone from the string. On the back someone has written in pen "Bought at Union Station Kansas City, MO.
A wonderful hand made Indian vase.Hand painted and signed by the artist, though I can't read the signature. Perfect condition and measures 4" tall. I have more pictures if you need me to email them to you, Just ask.
Authentic little Indian pottery vase with howling wolf, moon, mountains and a wonderful desogn. Measures 3 1/4" tall. Hand signed on the bottom (can't read the first name) then the word, Navajo. Perfect except a small glaze skip on the rim. a great little vase.
A really nice cuff bracelet made of sterling silver with a great Native American Indian design. Measures just over 1/2" wide. Excellent condition.
Unfortunately I know nothing about this neat frog figural either. Made of black pottery and appears to be entirely hand sculpted. I'm guessing this is a planter because it has a hole in the bottom. Looks like Indian pottery of the southwest Native American variety, but there are no markings on this piece either. Measures 5 1/2" tall by 7" long. No chips cracks or damages of any kind. Another piece that is similar came with this one, and is listed seperately.
Empty whiskey decanter by Lionstone Distilleries of Kentucky: Casual Indian. Decanter is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks, it stands 14 1/4" in height, and is made of porcelin, 1969. There are stickers on the front and back of the decanter in very good condition. Brief history of the casual indian 1950-1959 era, and how he has adapted to the white mans ways and dress over the years. Perfect condition!
Nice large pottery bowl measures 7 3/4" diameter at the top and is 3 1/2" deep. Pretty colors of blue/ green and purple. Almost certain this is Mesa Verde pottery design bt the Navajo and Ute of Southern Colorado.Hand signed, Silas Nav (Navajo) USA. Silas is a very Prominant Navajo pottery artist from the 90's. This signature matches other pieces offered on the internet. This wonderful bowl is in excellent condition with no damages.
These neat shakers are most likely a souvenir from Alaska. The Totem look of a lucky Alaskan Biliken. Made of ceramic and hand painted to look like wood. One measures 4" and the other is 4 1/4" tall. One teeny pin head size glaze nick on the top of one. Paint is excellent, but no corks. These are a neat crossover collectible item.
A lovely miniature Navajo Native American Indian pot. It measures just 2" tall, and is in pristine condition. Signed by the artist. Looks like it says Isue T. (Not sure)BEautiful sot southwestern colors with black geometrics.