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Haida Totem

Haida-Style Totem Pole By Tsimshian Artist Moses Alexcee
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Moses Alexcee was a prolific Tsimshian maker from Prince Rupert who frequently carved for William Webber, the owner of the iconic Thunderbird Scenery Shop in Vancouver, BC. Alexcee o...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Cedar

Native American North West Coast Vintage Totem Group Haida
Located in London, GB
Native American North West Coast Totem Group Haida Tlingit A group of 4 vintage carved and painted cedar wood totems Vancouver BC signed my makers one dated 1966 Measures: height...
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Vintage 1960s Canadian Native American Objects

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Mid-Century Era Signed West Coast Cedar Haida Indigenous Canadian Totem Pole
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
This hand-carved cedar totem is signed by an unknown artist and presumed to have originated from Canada and dating to approximately 1960 and done in the West Coast Indigenous Haida s...
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Mid-20th Century Canadian Folk Art Native American Objects

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Finding the Right Native American Objects for You

As part of thoughtful home decor, antique and vintage Native American objects — works created by Native American artists and artisans — can bring rich textures and colors into a space.

Art collecting can be done in a socially and environmentally conscious way that reinvests in local communities. Tribal art is traditionally crafted with earth-friendly materials that respect the environment.

Textiles have long been objects of art and utility for Native Americans. Traditional weaving techniques involve material made from plant and animal fibers. Different tribes have woven distinctive patterns and colors into blankets, rugs and garments, such as the vibrant geometric shapes woven from wool by the Navajo.

After metal and glass beads were introduced to North America by Europeans, they became a popular form of art. Intricate beading appears on clothing, jewelry and other objects. Beadwork not only looks stunning, but it is also deeply emblematic of Native American ethnicity and can be used to pass stories handed down from generation to generation. Beaded garments have often been commissioned for important events like weddings, dances and celebrations.

Native Americans initially created pottery out of necessity to carry water and store food. For centuries, artists have decorated jugs, vases and other vessels, from designs etched into clay to experimentation with firing methods for unique finishes.

Find a diverse collection of colorful and culturally enriching antique and vintage Native American decorative items, objects and much more on 1stDibs.