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Moki Blankets

Antique Classic Moki Style Navajo Wearing Blanket, Late 19th Century
Located in San Francisco, CA
Late 19th century classic Moki style Navajo wearing blanket. The Moki pattern is one of the oldest
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Antique Late 19th Century American Navajo North and South American Rugs

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Wool

19th Century Navajo Blanket with a Nine Point Diamond and Cross with Red
By Navajo
Located in Denver, CO
19th Century Navajo Blanket with a nine point diamond and cross design in red, white, black and
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Antique Late 19th Century American Navajo Indian Rugs

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Wool

Germantown Moki Blanket
By Navajo
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Germantown Moki blanket with spider woman crosses. Exceptional collector piece. 5'1" x 6'11
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Antique 1890s American Native American Quilts and Blankets

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Wool

Germantown Moki Blanket
Germantown Moki Blanket
H 83 in W 60 in D 1 in

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JENNY Large Wall Light or Sconce in Enamel & Brass by Blueprint Lighting
By Mathieu Matégot, Stilnovo, Blueprint Lighting
Located in New York, NY
Introducing Jenny, the latest vintage-inspired fixture from Blueprint Lighting. Named for multi-hyphenate Jenny Mollen; NYT best-selling author, actress, design enthusiast, mom of ...
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2010s American Mid-Century Modern Wall Lights and Sconces

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Brass, Bronze, Enamel, Nickel

Antique Navajo Carpet, Handmade Wool, Neutral colors, Ivory, Beige, Gray & Brown
Located in Port Washington, NY
Navajo rugs and blankets are textiles produced by Navajo people of the Four Corners area of the United States. Navajo textiles are highly regarded and have been sought after as trade...
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Antique Late 19th Century American Navajo Rugs

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Wool

Antique Navajo Germantown Weaving, circa 1890, Eyedazzler Red Green Yellow Black
By Navajo Indian Art
Located in Denver, CO
19th century vintage Navajo weaving, blanket woven of Germantown Yarns in an Eyedazzler pattern of vibrant colors including red, green, yellow, black and white. Germantown textiles ...
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Antique 19th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Wool

Vintage Navajo Saddle Blanket in Wide Bands Pattern in Red, Brown, Caramel
Located in Barrington, IL
A Navajo saddle blanket in banded design with beautiful natural earth tone colors including red, brown, caramel set on a taupe background separated by narrow bands from the mid 1900...
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Mid-20th Century American North and South American Rugs

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Wool, Cotton

Antique Navajo Rug
Located in New York, NY
Antique Navajo rug with red color and 3' 8'' x 4' 1'' size. This almost square small Southwestern tribal scatter shows a soft rust-red ground with three columns of comb-fringed, pole...
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Vintage 1930s American Navajo North and South American Rugs

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Wool

Antique Navajo Rug
Antique Navajo Rug
W 44 in L 49 in
Vintage Navajo Carpet, Folk Rug, Handmade Wool, Beige, Caramel, Tan
Located in Port Washington, NY
Navajo rugs and blankets are textiles produced by Navajo people of the four corners area of the United States. Navajo textiles are highly regarded and have been sought after as trade...
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Mid-20th Century American Navajo North and South American Rugs

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Wool

Ditidaht/Nuu-chah-nulth Totem by Raymond Williams
By Native American Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
(1933-1988) This finely crafted wood totem pole is by Ditidaht/Nuu-Chah-Nulth master carver Raymond Williams, the father of the current generation of William's carvers. The carved to...
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Vintage 1950s Canadian Native American Native American Objects

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Cedar

Antique Navajo Blanket "Eagle" Design Oriental Rug Fine German Town Wool Neutral
Located in Port Washington, NY
Navajo rugs and blankets are textiles produced by Navajo people of the four corners area of the United States. Navajo textiles are highly regarded and have been sought after as trade...
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Antique Early 19th Century American Navajo North and South American Rugs

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Wool

20th C. American Southwest Saddle Blanket with Lazy Lines
Located in Morristown, NJ
20th c., saddle blanket from the American Southwest. Green, grey and brown woven wool, with a double stepped diamond medallion in the center on a brown ground, solid striped and sawt...
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Early 20th Century American Navajo Quilts and Blankets

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Wool

Hopi Tasaf Katsina, c. 1940s
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Tasaf Katsina Hopi 1940s 10 inches H. x 4.50 inches W. x 3.75 inches D. Cottonwood root, mineral pigments, dyed horsehair, feathers. Very good original condition overall. An...
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Mid-20th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Other

Hopi Tasaf Katsina, c. 1940s
Hopi Tasaf Katsina, c. 1940s
H 10 in W 4.5 in D 3.75 in
19th Century Hopi Carved and Painted Wood Kachina Figure
By Indian Cottage Industries
Located in Bradenton, FL
19th Century Hopi carved Kachina doll. Circa 1900: cottonwood with earthen pigments, 7 3/8 in. H., with a stand. Collection inventory number on back of skirt.
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Antique Late 19th Century American Native American Figurative Sculptures

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Wood

Totem Pole, "Shark Mother" Northwest Coast Carved Wood by Duane Pasco
By Duane Pasco
Located in Denver, CO
Totem Pole, carved wood, titled Shark Mother by Duane Pasco, vintage Northwest Coast art, circa 1965-1975. The design echoes a traditional Northwest Coast House Post, imagery include...
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Vintage 1960s American Native American Sculptures and Carvings

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Wood

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
Acoma Olla 'Storage Jar', Polychrome with Abstract Foliate Motif Earthenware
By Native American Art
Located in Denver, CO
Acoma Olla (storage jar), Polychrome with abstract foliate motif. Earthenware with slip glazes, dimensions measure 11 ½ inches tall and 11 inches diameter. An earthenware Jar cons...
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Antique 1890s American Native American Ceramics

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Earthenware

Vintage Navajo Kilim Rug with Two Grey Hills Style
Located in Dallas, TX
77869, vintage Navajo Kilim rug with Two Grey Hills style. With its bold expressive design, incredible detail and texture, this hand-woven wool vintage Navajo Kilim rug is a captivat...
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Late 20th Century American Navajo North and South American Rugs

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Wool

Navajo Crystal Area Weaving/Runner
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Navajo crystal with graphic black and red borders. 6'2" x 3'7". Great for hallway as runner length. Little wear. Origin: Navajo, Southwest Period: circa 1910 Dimensions: 6'2" x 3'7...
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Vintage 1910s American Native American Indian Rugs

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Wool

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Antique 19th Century Navajo Eyedazzler Moki Blanket
By Navajo Indian Art
Located in Pasadena, CA
This 1890s Navajo moki blanket has a eyedazzler design. It can be used on the wall or on the floor
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Antique Late 19th Century American Navajo Native American Objects

Materials

Wool

Navajo Moki Style Blanket, circa 1875
Located in Santa Fe, NM
A beautiful Moki style textile with alternating bands of natural ivory, brown and indigo dyed blue
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Antique Late 19th Century North American Navajo Tapestries

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Wool

Navajo Moki Style Blanket, circa 1875
H 75 in W 53.5 in D 0.25 in
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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.

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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.

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