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Jicarilla Apache

Jicarilla Apache Lidded Basket
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Jicarilla Apache lidded waste basket with handle cutout, quadrupeds (we think dogs), and geometric
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Early 20th Century American Native American Decorative Baskets

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Other

Jicarilla Apache Lidded Basket
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Jicarilla apache lidded waste basket with quadrupeds (we think horses) and geometric design
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Late 20th Century American Native American Decorative Baskets

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Other

Jicarilla Lidded Storage Basket
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Jicarilla-Mescale storage/waste basket with lid and handles. Used but stable condition. Fading
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Antique Late 19th Century American Native American Decorative Baskets

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Other

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19th Century Klickitat Carrying Basket
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Klickitat/Cowlitz partially imbricated basket in checkerboard design with brain tanned belt loops and top rim loops and shoulder straps all intact. Nice patina inside showing much us...
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Antique Late 19th Century American Native American Decorative Baskets

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Extensive Assembled Meissen Blue and White Bird Model Dinner Service, circa 1890
Located in New York, NY
Each piece painted in underglaze-blue and heightened in gilding with an exotic bird perched upon peony branches, comprising: an oval soup tureen, cover and two stands, an 18" oval pl...
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Antique 1890s German Dinner Plates

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Porcelain

19th Century Sioux Bow, Arrows and Beaded Quiver Case
By Sioux Indian Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Sioux bow and quiver with beaded bands on top and bottom on both bow and quiver case. Bow 46" of bodack with original sinew string and three 24" matching arrows, two having 2 1/2" or...
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Antique Late 19th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Other

17th Century Italian Baroque Lacquered Spruce Religious Furniture 1600
Located in Roma, RM
This monumental piece of furniture, of Veneto-Alto Veneto provenance, made entirely of lacquered fir wood. Full seventeenth century (ca. 1650) is presented as an imposing double-bodi...
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Antique 17th Century Italian Baroque Bookcases

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Spruce

Bed King Tester 4 Poster Oak RenaissanceStyle Carved Adam Eve Armorials Tapestry
Located in BUNGAY, SUFFOLK
A vintage king size oak tester or four poster bed in the Renaissance style. Hand carved with Adam & Eve carvings in the headboard, figurative sculptures in the bedposts, three carve...
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Vintage 1950s English Renaissance Beds and Bed Frames

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Oak

Sioux Native Dragonfly Beaded Moccasins
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Sioux ceremonial moccasins with dragonflies. Fully beaded, including soles. Period: circa 1880. Origin: Sioux, Plains Size: 9 3/4" x 3 3/4". Family Owned & Operated Cisco’s Galle...
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Antique 1880s American Native American Native American Objects

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Beads

Sioux Native Dragonfly Beaded Moccasins
Sioux Native Dragonfly Beaded Moccasins
H 9.75 in W 3.75 in D 3.75 in
American Indian Coiled Hand Woven Lidded Basket
Located in Los Angeles, CA
American Indian folk art Native American basket that is hand woven and coiled. It has been vegetable dyed and the basket lid is removable. The interior reinforcement of the lid is ma...
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Early 20th Century American Adirondack Decorative Baskets

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Hemp

Bed Demi-Tester Spanish Baroque Carved Green Painted & Gilded Leather 6ft 180cm
Located in BUNGAY, SUFFOLK
Rare, Spanish Demi-Tester, Baroque Bed With Carved, Green Painted & Gilded Posts 181cm, 6ft High, Floral Painted Leather Headboard, With Gold Velvet & Gilt Embroidered Bedspread, sol...
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Antique 1720s Spanish Baroque Beds and Bed Frames

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Giltwood, Paint

Pictorial 1920s Pima Basket
By Pima Indian Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Pictorial Pima having eight horses – four with riders. Made of willow and Devil's Claw. The Pima Indians, Akimel O'odham, are known for their fine Indian baskets. Pima Indian basket ...
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Vintage 1920s American Native American Decorative Baskets

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Willow

Native American Plateau Beaded Figurative Belt
By Plateau Indians
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
19th Century Plateau beaded figurative belt. Extra wide with double buckles. Horse dancer, hourglass and geometric motif. Beads of light blue, dark blue, rust, greasy yellow and whit...
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Antique Late 19th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Beads

North West Basket, Salish
By Salish Indians
Located in Montreal, QC
The Salish basket, circa 1900, is finely woven with a stylized imbricate design, the cover has a cutout star design with central knob, there are minor losses to the decoration, parti...
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Early 20th Century Canadian Native American Native American Objects

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Straw

20th C Papago Bowl Shaped Basket With Geometric Cross Pattern
Located in Los Angeles, CA
20th C Papago bowl shaped basket with geometric cross pattern.
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20th Century North American Adirondack Decorative Baskets

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Hemp, Natural Fiber

20th C Papago Lidded Basket with Geometric Pattern
Located in Los Angeles, CA
20th C Papago Lidded Basket with Geometric Pattern. Great Condition.
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20th Century American Adirondack Decorative Baskets

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Hemp, Natural Fiber

Authentic Native American Beaded Sioux Moccasins
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Stunning Sioux moccasins, beaded, primarily in blue and white, with flag motif and horse hair tuffs on tabs. Period: circa 1880 Origin: Sioux, Plains Size: 10 3/4" x 4". Family O...
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Antique 1880s American Native American Native American Objects

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Beads

Salmon Nootka Native American Hand Drum
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Nootka hand drum with polychrome salmon, brass tacks, brain tanned handhold, original sale tag of $40. Period: First quarter of the 20th century Origin: Nootka, Northwest Size: 8" x...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Salmon Nootka Native American Hand Drum
Salmon Nootka Native American Hand Drum
H 1.75 in W 8 in D 1.75 in
Antique Native American Basketry Olla with Crosses, Apache, circa 1910, Brown
By Apache Indian Art
Located in Denver, CO
Apache Basketry Olla with Crosses, woven of natural fibers, willow with devil's claw, circa 1910. The basket measures 12 ¼ height x 9 inches diameter. The Apache, a nomadic tribe, ra...
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20th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Natural Fiber

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Jicarilla Apache Waste Basket
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Jicaralla Apache waste basket with handles. Originally dyed willow. As was faded, at a later date
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Antique Late 19th Century American Native American Decorative Baskets

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Early 20th Century Image of a Jicarilla Maiden by Edward Curtis
By Edward S. Curtis, 1868-1952
Located in Denver, CO
This haunting image of a Jicarilla Maiden (Apache) is plate 22 from portfolio 1 of Edward S. Curtis
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20th Century American Native American Photography

Apache Jicarilla Apache Basket
By Apache Indian Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Jicarilla Apache waste basket with handle cutouts, horses, flower and geometric design. Acquired by
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Late 20th Century American Native American Decorative Baskets

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A Close Look at native-american Furniture

Native American broadly describes any Indigenous people in North America and encompasses hundreds of tribes and groups, all with distinct cultures. Native American–style furniture and decor likewise varies widely, from pieces created by Indigenous people to those appropriated by non-native designers.

Indigenous furniture’s rich heritage includes the bentwood boxes of the Northwest Coast carved from cedar for storing household or ceremonial objects. Generations of Native American people have made baskets for holding household items, with those in the Northeast using sweetgrass and those in the Southeast using pine needles and wicker. Artisans in the Plateau region wove watertight pieces like cradles from plant materials. Although these objects were intricately made, they were usually utilitarian rather than decorative.

The colonization of North America and the removal of Indigenous people from their lands led to the suppression of these practices. Many styles that used Native American motifs — such as Southwestern style, which was heavily influenced by the geometric patterns of Navajo textiles — have historically not involved Indigenous creators and, instead, have taken their traditions without their tribal context.

When decorating a home with Native American–style furniture, it is important to do so respectfully, by understanding the origins of motifs and objects and examining who profits from their sale. There are now Indigenous-led companies, such as Cherokee designer Cray Bauxmont-Flynn’s Amatoya and Totem House Design, promoting Indigenous work in furniture and home decor. Supporting Indigenous artists and artisans is essential to confronting the still pervasive issue of cultural appropriation in design.

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Finding the Right Folk Art for You

Folk art refers to a genre of art that shares the creator’s traditions, offering not just an artistic display but an opportunity to learn about a culture. Vintage, new and antique folk art typically reflects a heritage or location. It can include utilitarian objects and handmade art as diverse as weather vanes, portraiture and paintings, carnival art, quilts and duck decoys.

American folk art is frequently valued because of the traditional skills involved, like weaving, hand-carving wood and even stonework. Many folk artists are self-taught, while some train as apprentices within their community. By using available materials and taking a personal approach to their creations, artists ensure each piece is unique and conveys a story. Native American folk art includes functional objects reflecting their heritage, such as baskets, textiles and wooden pieces.

During the Great Depression, artistic materials in America were hard to come by, so artisans used discarded wood from cigar boxes and shipping crates to make highly stylized, notched pieces — most often picture frames and boxes — that are today sought after by collectors. This folk art style is called tramp art and was popular from roughly 1870 until the 1940s.

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