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Other Art

Historic Hopi kachina dolls, vintage Navajo blankets and rugs, Pueblo textiles, Native American baskets, Northwest Coast art, Navajo Folk Art, American Folk Art, Outsider Art, Found Art, vintage musical instruments, historic advertising and trade signs, books, miscellaneous antique objets d’art


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A large Navajo folk art sandpainting on

muslin cloth by Roger Hathaali, c. 1988


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A vintage painted copper Native American-themed Folk Art trade sign, c. 1920’s-30’s

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A historic Hopi carved and painted cottonwood water serpent by Wilson Fredericks (Tawaquaptewa), c.1930’s-40’s

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A beautifully-deailed Hopi Hemis Mana kachina doll by Oswald “White Bear” Fredericks, c. 1960

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An unusually large Hopi Third-Mesa style woven

wicker basketry plaque with an image of an unmarried Hopi Maiden, circa 1925-1930


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A large, historic Washoe Indian basketry cooking or feasting bowl in exceptional original condition, c.1910-1915

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The “Dr. Rachel B. Staunton” Pima pictorial

basketry bowl by Nancy Thomas, c. 1920’s


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A wonderful and charming Navajo pictorial weaving from Round Rock Indian Trading Post, Round Rock, AZ, circa 1950’s-60’s


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A vintage Navajo “Teec Nos Pos” regional-style Sunday single Saddle Blanket with a “1953” pictorial date

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A very rare historic Hopi Kachina doll depicting

the “Woe” Kachina, c.1930’s-1940’s


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A large vintage Hopi “Corn Boy” or Rugan Kachina doll circa1930’s-1940’s

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An extraordinary collection of 27 hand-carved historic Navajo

wooden weaving combs from the 19th and 20th centuries


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A Hopi Second Mesa-style coiled

pictorial basket, circa 1950’s


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A large historic Hopi "Polikmana" or "Butterfly Maiden" kachina doll, c.1940’s-50’s, very possibly by James Kewanytewa (Jimmy K.)


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