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10 x Native American Indian Territory Handcraft, Limited Edition, Sioux, Navajo
Located in Berlin, DE
10 x originally designed American Indian Territory Handcraft, limited edition Collection of 10
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20th Century American Native American Native American Objects

Materials

Wood

Native American Parfleche Box, Sioux, 19th Century Painted Hide Plains
By Sioux Indian Art
Located in Denver, CO
Antique Sioux (Native American/Plains Indian) Parfleche in a box form constructed of rawhide and
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Antique Late 19th Century American Native American Native American Objects

Materials

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Native American Indian Iron Wood Carving Chief Bull Aparoke by Artist Bruce Law
Located in Tustin, CA
"Chief Bull Aparoke" is a legendary work of art from renowned Arizona Native American artist, Bruce
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Late 20th Century American Native American Native American Objects

Materials

Wood

19th Century Sioux Bow, Arrows and Beaded Quiver Case
By Sioux Indian Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
bodack with original sinew string and three 24" matching arrows, two having 2 1/2" original steel points
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Antique Late 19th Century American Native American Native American Objects

Materials

Other

1870s Transitional Plateau Rawhide Parfleche Envelope with Geometric Patterns
By Plateau Indians
Located in Denver, CO
was created by a North American Indian living in the Plateau cultural area - encompassing portions of
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Antique Late 19th Century North American Native American Native American...

Materials

Hide

Pair Plateau Parfleche Packets
By Plateau Indians
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
stories. Once the parfleche left the family, the story was lost and the parfleche became Native American
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Antique Early 1900s American Native American Native American Objects

Materials

Other

Pair Plateau Parfleche Packets
Pair Plateau Parfleche Packets
H 23 in W 11 in D 11 in
Plateau Beaded Dress
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
beads. Shoulder strips lazy stitched with 20/0 cut seed beads and containing arrows with other
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20th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Plateau Beaded Dress
Plateau Beaded Dress
H 48 in W 45 in D 45 in
19th Century Sioux Quilled Knife Sheath
By Sioux Indian Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
.     Native American, Blackfeet Indian, Knife, Sheath, Beaded, Beadwork
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Antique Mid-19th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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1920s Antique Crystal Navajo Blanket Rug Native American Textile
By Navajo
Located in Dallas, TX
motifs like diamonds, arrows, and stars to more abstract or contemporary patterns. Named after their
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Early 20th Century American Navajo North and South American Rugs

Materials

Wool

1920s Antique Navajo Blanket Tree of Life Yei Bi Chai Native American Textile
By Navajo
Located in Dallas, TX
anew, the lizard embodies a cycle of renewal cherished by many Native American traditions. Revered as
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Early 20th Century American Navajo North and South American Rugs

Materials

Wool

Vintage Navajo Chimayo Rio Grande Banded Blanket Rug Runner
By Navajo
Located in Dallas, TX
blankets were later influenced by Native American designs. Typically made from wool using hand-operated
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Mid-20th Century American Navajo North and South American Rugs

Materials

Wool

Vintage Navajo Chimayo Rio Grande Banded Blanket Rug
By Navajo
Located in Dallas, TX
settlers' introduction of sheep and weaving practices, later influenced by Native American designs. Woven
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Mid-20th Century American Navajo North and South American Rugs

Materials

Wool

Vintage Navajo Chimayo Rio Grande Banded Blanket Rug
By Navajo
Located in Dallas, TX
who introduced sheep and weaving techniques, these blankets have also been influenced by Native
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Mid-20th Century American Navajo North and South American Rugs

Materials

Wool

Antique Navajo Indian Chimayo Rio Grande Blanket, Handmade Folk Art Textile
By Navajo
Located in Dallas, TX
, who brought sheep and introduced weaving techniques to the region. Over time, Native American
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Early 20th Century American Navajo North and South American Rugs

Materials

Wool

Vintage Navajo Kilim Rug with Two Grey Hills Style
Located in Dallas, TX
beauty highlighting Native American style with Two Grey Hills vibes. The abrashed gray field features an
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Mid-20th Century American Navajo North and South American Rugs

Materials

Wool

Blooming Midnight Jungle Antique Rug with Unbelievable Color Palette
Located in Milwaukee, WI
americans of north america, but these natives were just as nomadic as the villagers and tribespeople of the
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20th Century North and South American Rugs

Materials

Wool

Vintage Brass Bookends Featuring Native American Brave
Located in BUNGAY, SUFFOLK
A Pair of Native American Indian Scout bookends in cast brass by Philadelphia Manufacturing Company
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20th Century American Bookends

Materials

Ormolu

Rare Patinated Bronze Statue of a Native American Indian Archer on the Hunt
By Pierre Jules Mêne
Located in Vancouver, British Columbia
A rare bronze of a bare chested sinewy Native American Indian warrior/ archer in a crouching
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Antique Late 19th Century French American Colonial Figurative Sculptures

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Bronze

"Twisting Male Nude, " Art Deco Drawing by Pioneering Native American, 1934
By Joe Waano-Gano
Located in Philadelphia, PA
dark red pencil by Joe Waano-Gano, an important Native American artist with a prestigious career in
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Vintage 1930s American Art Deco Drawings

American Blackware Pottery Jar Vase Mata Ortiz Style
By Mata Ortiz
Located in North Hollywood, CA
piece is made of black glaze clay and etched with a unique geometric arrow design in the style of the
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Late 20th Century American Native American Vases

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Clay

1950s Italian Brass Chiavari Armchair with Crossed Arrows Motif
By Chiavari, Marc du Plantier, Gio Ponti, Tomaso Buzzi
Located in Hanover, MA
representation of love in the form of Cupid's darts, a Native American symbol of friendship, also as a nautical
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Vintage 1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Office Chairs and Desk Chairs

Materials

Brass

Full Body Weathervane of American Indian Warrior
Located in Atlanta, GA
Native American warrior in feather headdress and a wide belt shooting an arrow from his bow. The
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Early 20th Century American Folk Art Weathervanes

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Copper

Blackfeet Indians Prints by Weinhold Reis
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
, Parks, Native American, Vintage, Art, Wall Art, Prints, Winhold Reiss.
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Vintage 1940s Native American Prints

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Other

Antique Botanical Print of Phytolacca Americana or American Pokeweed, ca.1821
Located in Langweer, NL
Americana, also known as American pokeweed, pokeweed, poke sallet, pokeberry, dragonberries, and inkberry
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Antique Mid-19th Century Prints

Materials

Paper

Painted Plains Bow
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
19th century painted plains bow with original string and ten matching arrows. Original steel points
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Antique 19th Century American Native American Arms, Armor and Weapons

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Other

Painted Plains Bow
Painted Plains Bow
H 45 in Dm 2 in
Len Agrella SPLIT SHIELD, Mix Media Original Art, 1978
Located in Los Angeles, CA
mesmerizing depiction a shield adorned with wooden arrows and feathers. The painting effortlessly blends
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Vintage 1970s American Native American Paintings

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Canvas, Wood, Paint, Feathers

10 foot Navajo Crystal Runner/Floor Weaving
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
, Vintage, Antique, Native American, Runners
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Vintage 1920s American Native American Indian Rugs

Materials

Wool

1880s Navajo Pictorial Germantown Weaving
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
selling – we hope to be your trusted source.  Navajo, Weavings, Native American Rugs, Germantowns
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Antique 1880s American Native American Indian Rugs

Materials

Wool

Ivory carved handle walking stick depicting a wild boar, USA 1910.
Located in Milan, IT
hare and a native america hunting a boar. Sulphur glass eyes. Shaft ebony wood with ivory knobs. Silver
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Early 20th Century American Animal Sculptures

Materials

Metal, Silver

"Female Nude with Ball, " Drawing by Waano-Gano
By Joe Waano-Gano
Located in Philadelphia, PA
This academic drawing was executed by Joe Waano Gano, an important Native American artist with a
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Vintage 1930s American Drawings

Materials

Pencil, Paper

Antique Sea Chart of Hudson Bay and Arctic Canada by Van Keulen, circa 1681
Located in Langweer, NL
and distance scale are embellished with scene of hunters, trading, Native Americans and animals. The
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Antique Late 17th Century Maps

Materials

Paper

Antique German Gilt Bronze Indian Scout by Josef Drischler Circa 1900
Located in London, GB
This is a antique gilt bronze figural sculpture of Indian Scout holding a bow & arrow, by the
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Antique Early 1900s German Figurative Sculptures

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Bronze

Navajo Sterling Silver & Turquoise Hand Made Pill Boxes, Set of Three, 1930s
By Navajo Indian Art
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A set of three hand made sterling silver pill cases or trinket boxes, Navajo, Native American
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Vintage 1930s American Navajo Decorative Boxes

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Sterling Silver

Pre-Battle Rituals: The King of Florida and His Magician, ca.1780
Located in Langweer, NL
scene shows a group of Native American individuals, presumably from one of the tribes in the region
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Antique 1780s Prints

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Paper

Antique Group of 6 Skookum Dolls, 1913s
Located in Norton, MA
A Skookum doll was a Native American-themed doll, sold as a souvenir item in the early 20th century
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Vintage 1910s German Toys and Dolls

Materials

Composition

Sevres Style Parcel-Gilt Ormolu Mounted Enameled Blue Celeste Bowl
Located in Los Angeles, CA
painted with a Native American hunt scene including horses, a fighting tiger, leopard pelt, bows and
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Antique 19th Century French Vases

Materials

Ceramic

Contemporary Santa Fe Southwest Modern Navajo-Style Rug with Storm Pattern
By Navajo
Located in Dallas, TX
fusion of Native American design aesthetics and immerse yourself in the seamless blend of Southwestern
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21st Century and Contemporary South Asian Navajo Indian Rugs

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Wool

Unique Custom Made Handcrafted Designer Golf Bag in Western Motif, circa 1955
Located in Incline Village, NV
Designer Golf Bag, in Western Motif; all hand tool and dyed. Images consisting of Native American Indians
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Vintage 1950s American Sporting Art Sports Equipment and Memorabilia

Materials

Leather

Vintage Turkish Oushak Runner with Modern Tribal Style, Long Hallway Runner
Located in Dallas, TX
, Santa Fe, Tribal, Native American, Spanish, Navajo, Modern, Rustic, Cabin, Lodge, Urban, Country
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Mid-20th Century Turkish Oushak Turkish Rugs

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Wool

Western Great Lakes Gunstock Club
Located in Hershey, PA
iron blade with a Maltese cross and arrow touch marks.
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Antique 19th Century American Native American Objects

19th Century Native American Carved Wood Mortar
Located in 3 Oaks, MI
Great scale on this carved Native American mortar from an antique dealers collection in upstate New
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Antique 19th Century Native American Tribal Art

Allegory of the Continent America
Located in Vienna, AT
cockatoo on her left side. She is wearing the traditional clothing of the native Americans with a feathered
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Antique 18th Century and Earlier Austrian Porcelain

Allegory of the Continent America
Allegory of the Continent America
H 10.83 in W 9.06 in D 6.5 in
Antique Native American Parfleche Envelope, Blackfeet, circa 1875
By Native American Art
Located in Denver, CO
/geometric elements. The Blackfeet/Blackfoot tribe, part of the Plains Indian Culture Group, is native to
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Antique 19th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Antique Native American Abstract Painted Parfleche Envelope, Plateau, circa 1890
By Native American Art
Located in Denver, CO
19th century vintage Native American Parfleche container in an envelope form, finely painted circa
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Antique 19th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Arrangement of 19th Century American Indian Abstract Paintings
By Native American Art
Located in Denver, CO
turn aside) and fleche (arrow), the word parfleche was coined by 17th century French Canadian voyageurs
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Antique 19th Century American Native American Objects

Native American Parfleche Envelope, Plateau, 19th Century
By Plateau Indians
Located in Denver, CO
Native American Parfleche Envelope with two stacked hourglass Formations from the late 19th century
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Antique Late 19th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Matching Pair of Native American Parfleche Envelopes, Plateau, 19th Century
Located in Denver, CO
name in the Anglo world. Derived from parer (to parry or turn aside) and fleche (arrow), the word
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Antique 19th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Native American Parfleche Envelope with Abstract Painting, 19th Century, Plateau
By Plateau Indians
Located in Denver, CO
Antique parfleche, Plateau (Native American Indian), envelope form constructed of rawhide with
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Antique 19th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Antique Native American Beaded Tobacco Bag, Crow ‘Plains Indian’, 19th Century
By Crow
Located in Denver, CO
This remarkable tobacco bag was created during the 19th century. It is constructed of native-tanned
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Antique 19th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Navajo Indian Weaving Pillows with Arrows
Located in Los Angeles, CA
These weaving pillows are in fine condition and can be purchased individually or as a group of three. The backings are in a cotton linen. They are sold for 895.00 each or 1895.00 for...
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Early 20th Century American Adirondack Native American Objects

Materials

Wool

Pair of Navajo Indian Arrow Motif Crystal Woven Pillows
Located in Los Angeles, CA
outlined arrow pattern against an ivory background. Woven from hand carded Churro wool, the weaving from
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Early 20th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Cotton

Pictorial Yei (Yeibichai) Weaving, Navajo, circa 1930
By Navajo Indian Art
Located in Denver, CO
A pictorial weaving depicting four Yei figures with bows and arrows and feathers against a striking
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20th Century American Native American Native American Objects

Materials

Wool

19th Century Cheyenne Plains Indian Beaded Pictorial Moccasins, circa 1890
Located in Denver, CO
Antique Native American Beaded Society Moccasins created around 1890, Cheyenne (Plains Indian
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Antique 19th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Beads, Hide

Vintage Navajo Pictorial Area Rug, Teec Nos Pos Trading Post
By Navajo
Located in Denver, CO
Trading Post/Region, native hand-spun wool in natural fleece colors of brown, black, camel and ivory with
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Early 20th Century American Native American Native American Objects

Materials

Wool

Navajo Indian Geometric Weaving Bolster
By Navajo Indian Art
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Wonderful Indian weaving bolster pillow with a arrow pattern.The condition is very good.
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Early 20th Century American Native American Objects

Navajo Indian Weaving Bolster Pillow, Large
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This handwoven Indian weaving pillow has arrows and somber colors. The condition is very good.
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Vintage 1940s American Adirondack Native American Objects

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Wool

Navajo Indian Weaving Runner Rug with Crosses
By Navajo
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This fine Navajo Runner rug is in fine condition and has crosses and arrows. Amazing size and
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Early 20th Century American Adirondack Native American Objects

Materials

Wool

Monumental Early Navajo Weaving Pillow
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This large bolster has a wonderful arrow pattern and is very good condition. The soft colors are
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Early 20th Century American Navajo Native American Objects

Materials

Wool

Amazing Black and Red Navajo Indian Weaving Bolster Pillow
By Navajo Indian Art
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This cool arrows pattern Navajo weaving pillow is in red, black and a cream ground. The condition
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Early 20th Century American Adirondack Native American Objects

Materials

Wool

Pair of Navajo Indian Weaving Geometric Pillows
By Navajo Indian Art
Located in Los Angeles, CA
wonderful arrows. The backing is in a camel colored linen and the inserts are down and feather fill. Sold as
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Early 20th Century American Native American Objects

Materials

Down, Wool

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Arrows Native American For Sale on 1stDibs

At 1stDibs, there are many versions of the ideal arrows native American for your home. A arrows native American — often made from metal, fabric and animal skin — can elevate any home. If you’re shopping for a arrows native American, we have 30 options in-stock, while there are 1 modern editions to choose from as well. There are many kinds of the arrows native American you’re looking for, from those produced as long ago as the 18th Century to those made as recently as the 21st Century. Each arrows native American bearing neoclassical, Art Deco or folk art hallmarks is very popular. Many designers have produced at least one well-made arrows native American over the years, but those crafted by Plateau Indians, Sioux Indian Art and Joe Waano-Gano are often thought to be among the most beautiful.

How Much is a Arrows Native American?

The average selling price for a arrows native American at 1stDibs is $4,500, while they’re typically $360 on the low end and $18,000 for the highest priced.
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    A Native American artifact is any object that provides insight into the lives and history of native people in America. These items range from carved stone pipes, weapons for hunting, tools for cooking, pottery, jewelry and more. Find a collection of artifacts on 1stDibs today.
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    What Native Americans used to produce baskets varied from tribe to tribe. Generally, craftsmen used whatever materials were readily available. In the Northeast, sweet grass was a common material, while pine needles and wicker are frequently found in baskets produced by tribes in the Southeast. Find a range of vintage and antique baskets on 1stDibs.
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    In the Native American language of Powhatan spoken by the Algonquian indigenous people, moccasin refers to a hand-sewn suede bootie. Today, people may call any shoes that feature stitched round toes by the name. Shop a variety of moccasins on 1stDibs.
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    There are a wide array of different dolls made by the various tribes of Native American peoples. Some of the most well-known are the kachinas made by the Navajo, Hopi and Pueblo peoples. Shop an array of Native American dolls on 1stDibs.
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    The most well-known Native American blankets come from Navajo weaving, which are prized by collectors worldwide. Originally utilitarian, the Navajo people began creating blankets specifically for export and tourism in the 19th century. Shop a collection of Navajo blankets from some of the world’s top sellers on 1stDibs.
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    What Native American drums are called varies by type. Ones designed to rest in the player's lap are hand drums, while instruments that hold water used primarily by the Iroquois and Yaqui are water drums. Large freestanding drums that produce loud percussive sounds are powwow drums. The Aztec and Hopi used foot drums. You'll find a range of Native American drums on 1stDibs.
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    Native American slippers are called moccasins. Moccasins are characterized by their U-shaped puckered toe design and are crafted with various leathers such as sheepskin or buffalo. They may or may not be decorated with beading. Shop a collection of authentic moccasins from some of the world’s top sellers on 1stDibs.
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    It depends on which region the beads were made since they were created out of available materials found in the land around them. In the Eastern Woodlands, white and purple marine shell beads were called “wampum”. You can shop a collection of Native American beadwork from some of the world’s top boutiques on 1stDibs.
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    To identify Native American baskets, you can research the patterns using authoritative online resources to try and determine which tribe produced it. However, many replicas exist and there are many tribes that produced baskets. As a result, it is a good idea to consult a licensed appraiser. On 1stDibs, find a variety of expertly vetted Native American baskets.
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    What a Native American headdress represents depends on what tribe produced it. In general, headdresses may symbolize a person's status within the tribe or serve as a sign of bravery during battle. You'll find a selection of Native American headdresses on 1stDibs.
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    What rattles symbolize in Native American culture varies from tribe to tribe. Some indigenous people believe they serve as connections between the natural and spiritual worlds. Others believe they represent the ties between animals, plants and minerals. In addition, rattles sometimes symbolize independence. On 1stDibs, find a selection of Native American rattles.
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    To tell if Native American jewelry is real, have it evaluated by a licensed and experienced appraiser. Because every tribe has its own designs and identifying characteristics, it is usually not possible to determine authenticity using only online resources. Find a collection of expertly vetted Native American jewelry on 1stDibs.
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    A number of Native American tribes are known for pottery, including the Cheyenne, Cherokees, Hopi, Iroquois, Navajo Pueblo and Shoshone. Artisans from each indigenous group have their own style. For example, Hopi pottery is often a red-brown color and decorated with black designs, while Navajo pottery is deeper brown and usually has a high-gloss finish. Find a selection of Native American pottery on 1stDibs.
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    The two types of Native American beadwork are called the “lazy stitch” or “lane stitch” and the “tack stitch” or “flat stitch”. You can shop a collection of Native American beadwork from some of the world’s top boutiques on 1stDibs.